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Liaoliao • Arts communication agencies and companies that help run businesses use cookies in a variety of ways, such as:

  • Authenticate and identify you on our website to provide the service you requested
  • Track the information you provide to us — for example, keep a record of the information you submit in your submission record as you browse
  • Provided you used the art communication agency website
  • Remember your preferences or where you were when you left when using the Art Communications website
  • Evaluate the way you used the website of the art communication agency so that we can improve it, customize our website according to your possible interests, and conduct market research

Similar technologies for cookies

Technically, cookies are called "HTTP cookies". There are other technologies that can be used for similar purposes, such as HTML5 Local Storage and Local Shared Objects (LSO). We may use HTML5 local storage, LSO, and similar technologies to authenticate you, track the information you provide to us, and remember your preferences (see points above). When you use a developed application offline, we may store information about how you use the site on your device and send it to our server the next time you connect to our service online.

Web beacons and embedded scripts

Web beacons and embedded scripts are two other technologies we use in websites, some emails, and advertising.

Web beacons (or "tags") are small amounts of programming code contained in web pages, emails, and advertisements that notify us (or companies that help us run our business) when these web pages, emails, or ads are viewed or clicked .

Embedded scripts are small amounts of programming code that are included in certain web pages and are used to evaluate your use of these web pages, such as which links you clicked. We use this information to improve our website, customize our website to your likely interests, and conduct market research. You can turn off scripting features in your browser, such as JavaScript (see your browser help features). Please note that if you disable the scripting feature, some site pages may not work properly.

Last updated: January 16, 2020

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