Privacy & Policy

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This privacy policy applies solely to Iran Live TV.

About this website: Iran Live TV is a non-profit project aimed at raising awareness and providing people with access to free media. The income generated from advertisements covers our technical expenses, and therefore, we rely on your donations to sustain our operations.

Copyright and Terms: We respect copyright and intellectual property rights. Please read our Terms of Service by clicking on the "Terms" link.

Adding your channel to Iran Live TV: We would be pleased to add your TV station to Iran Live TV at no cost. For more information, please contact us via [email protected].

Use of Cookies: Cookies (*) are utilized by Google Ads and Google Analytics. As we employ Google products, these cookies are placed on your system. Our website only uses cookies for the visitor's local favorites' list. Please note that our website does not collect any information from your system through any other means.

(*) Information about Cookies: What are cookies? A cookie is a small file (cookie.txt) that is stored on a user's computer. It collects certain information about the user's browsing habits, site passwords, etc. A cookie is designed to hold limited data specific to a particular client and website, and can be accessed by either the web server or the client computer.

Deleting Internet cookies: Please be aware that clearing your cookies will result in the loss of all website data, such as saved passwords in that browser. However, if it is not important for you to retain this saved information, it is advisable to periodically clean your disk space by clearing cookies, cache, history, and footprints.

How to delete Internet cookies:
Search for instructions specific to your browser. For example: If you are using Chrome:
a. Go to Chrome Settings.
b. Search for "Clear browsing data" and check the cookies and other website data. You can uncheck the other two options if desired.
If you are using Internet Explorer (Windows):
a. Select Tools > Internet Options.
b. Click on the General tab and then the Delete... button.
c. Make sure to uncheck "Preserve Favorites website data" and check both "Temporary Internet Files" and "Cookies," then click Delete.

Can a cookie contain a virus?
A normal text-based cookie cannot pose any danger to your computer or spread viruses. Whether other cookies can be dangerous or spread viruses depends on whether the file is "executable," meaning it is a program rather than data. If it is a program, your antivirus software will prevent any potential threats.