What is a cookie and why is it needed on the Service?
Cookie is a small file that is stored on the user's device (mobile, desktop, tablet, etc.) and ensures the fullest possible use of the Service's functionality. It helps in identifying the device, protecting user access to the Service, distributing content within the system, and also showing relevant ads to targeted Links-Stream members.
In what cases does the Service store cookies in the browser?
When using the links-stream.com web resource (as well as its internal pages and subdomains), any browser receives cookies from the Service.
What types of cookies does the Service use to provide its functionality?
The service uses three types of cookies to fully ensure its functionality: persistent, session and third-party. The persistent type of cookie recognizes the users of the Service, thereby making it possible to quickly resume work with the web resource. After you close the tab with the website, this cookie remains in the browser and is read by the system when you re-enter the Service. The session type of cookie is stored only during one session of the user being on the website or in the Service account. A third-party cookie is used to conveniently switch the user between the language versions of the Service, since they will be located on different domains.
What third party cookies does the Service use?
We draw the attention of visitors and users of the Service that the names of cookies may change over time. Advertisers and sponsors of the Service may use third-party cookies to recognize your interest.