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privacy policy

Actors Studio 66 (AS 66) complies with all laws regarding collection and use of personal data and follows business practices recommended or enforced by the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) Self Regulatory Program, the Better Business Bureau, and the US Federal Trade Commission.

We collect only information that is necessary to provide a service such as newsletters.  Your personal information is used and retained exclusively for its originally designated purpose.

The website uses cookies, 3rd-party cookies, and pixel tags.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files, stored on your computer and managed by your web browser, that allow web sites to store information. The stored information provides continuity from one page of the web site to another. The information in a cookie may only be accessed by the web site that set it.

Actors Studio 66 does not store personal information in our site cookies.

What are 3rd-party cookies?

Third-party cookies are those set by a web site other than the site you are visiting. This happens when the site you are visiting loads an image (or other resource) that is hosted on a web server for a different organization (the "3rd party"). When your browser requests the resource from the other party's web server, that web server may set one or more cookies.


3rd Party cookies may contain:

  • Your IP address

  • The name and version of your operating system and browser

  • ID codes that can link a cookie with information stored in a site's database

  • The 3rd-party web pages that you visited

  • Any personal information that you have already submitted on to the 3rd-party site (such as Facebook).

  • Advertisements that were shown or clicked on the 3rd-party site

  • If the 3rd-party site contains a shopping cart, those contents may be recorded.

  • If you access a web page from a mobile device, device identifiers may be stored in the cookie.

Like other cookies, 3rd-party cookies can only be read by the site that set them. Actors Studio 66 cannot read cookies set by 3rd-party sites, and 3rd-party sites cannot read AS 66 cookies.

What are pixel tags?

Pixel tags are small, typically transparent images that are downloaded to a web page from a different site, specifically so that the different site can set a 3rd-party cookie.

Our web pages contain pixel tags from organizations that we work in conjunction with advertising requirements which may result in the organizations setting 3rd-party cookies in your browser. These 3rd-party cookies are used to see if you visit any of the sites where AS 66 advertises, and/or if you came to our website from an ad hosted on another site.

Advertising agencies may join networks of advertisers which share information among members, so any information stored in the 3rd party cookies of one organization may be shared with other organizations in the same network. As a result, you may see external ads as a result of visiting the AS 66 site.

Services that set 3rd party cookies

  • Facebook. We display the Facebook "Like" widget which means Facebook can place 3rd-party cookies when you visit our site. These cookies can be modified by Facebook when you visit other sites that contain Facebook widgets. Read the Facebook privacy policy at

  • Twitter. We also display the Twitter "Follow" widget, Twitter can place 3rd party cookies when you visit our site. These cookies can be read and modified by Twitter when you visit any other sites that download Twitter resources. Read the Twitter privacy policy at, and a description of their use of cookies and pixel tags at

  • Google Analytics. We use Google Analytics to count the number of page requests our site gets, and to analyze the site's usage patterns. You can read the Google Privacy Policy at


Opting Out

You may opt out of the data collected by 3rd-party cookies through one or more of the following methods:

  1. Use your browser settings to disable 3rd-party cookies, to disable all cookies, or to allow some cookies but not others. Browsers differ in the way this is done. Look for applicable settings using your browser "settings" or "preferences" menu, or use your browser’s Help function.

  2. Your browser may offer a "Do Not Track" (DNT) feature. If DNT is enabled, your browser will send a DNT header with every page, image, or other resource requested from the AS 66 server or 3rd party servers. To determine if your browser supports DNT, check your "settings" or "prefences" menu, or use your browser Help.

  3. Use the opt-out link provided by the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) at or the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) at Cookies must be enabled in order to use these opt out features, since the opt out preference is stored in a cookie.


Much of the free content available online is provided through advertisements. Opting out will not prevent the web pages you visit from showing advertisements. It will prevent the selection of advertisements that would have been based on the web sites you visit.

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