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Cepia LLC is not aware of the presence of any infringing material on its site and does not have knowledge of facts that would make it apparent Cepia LLC is hosting any infringing material. If there is any content that you believe warrants removal from this site, please contact our designated agent listed below to provide take down notice regarding material contained on this site that may infringe intellectual property rights. Designated Agent: cmouser@cepiallc.com


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On January 1, 2012, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 will go into effect to address slavery and human trafficking, including forced labor and child labor. Cepia has undertaken efforts to directly verify the absence of forced and child labor by its suppliers, who are members of the International Counsel of Toy Industries which uphold the principles that no underage or forced labor should be employed in accordance with the C138 Minimum Age Convention (1973) and C182 Worst Forms of Child Labor Convention (1999). Cepia also conducts regular audits of its suppliers to certify that products comply with standards regarding slavery and labor, and further trains its employees responsible for supply chain management on company procedures aimed at preventing forced labor and child labor. © 2013 Cepia LLC. Cepia® Glo-E® ZhuZhu® and Dagedar® logos, names, artwork, characters, and related indicia are trademarks and copyrights of Cepia LLC. All Rights Reserved.