Privacy
Aug/22/2017
State of the Art, Inc. has created this privacy statement in order to disclose our information gatherand and dissemination practices for this site; http://www.stateart.com.

Our server automatically collects IP addresses of visitors to our website. We use your IP address to help quantify the number and sources of visitors and to administer our Web site. We may also collect the email addresses of those who communicate with us via email.

The information we collect is used for internal review only and may be used to improve the content of our website, to improve our marketing and promotional efforts, to customize the content and/or layout of our page for each visitor. We do not sell or rent any information about you to any third party.

Please be advised that any form of communication sent to this site ideas, suggestions or any other email will be considered non-confidential and nonproprietary. If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your specific dealings with this site, you may contact:

State of the Art, Inc. office@stateart.com

Disclaimer

The term "stateart.com" is copyright State of the Art, Inc.

All e-mail addresses and links published on this site containing the domain description of "stateart.com" are the sole property of State of the Art, Inc. All e-mail addresses containing the domain description "stateart.com" are the sole property of State of the Art, Inc. and are issued for the express and liberal use by State of the Art, Inc. employees to further their daily business goals. Any use or abuse of these addresses by a third party inconsistent with the goals of State of the Art, Inc. will constitute fraud. Harvesting and use of e-mail addresses for the purpose of solicitations is strictly prohibited. E-mail addresses owned by State of the Art, Inc. will never be for sale to any third party.

Purchase, sale or any other unauthorized transaction involving e-mail addresses with the "stateart.com" domain description by any third party for the purpose of uninvited solicitations will be considered theft of significant company property and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
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