If you use this website, it means you have accepted our policy.
Using Flash Player:
This website uses flash player to play the live streams. Note that flash player will not collect any information from your system. You need to activate flash player to watch live streams if you use desktop computers.
Cookies(*) are used by Google Ads and Google Analytics. Since we are using Google products therfore these cookies are placed in your system. Beware that our website is not using any cookies, nor we collect any information from your system in any other ways.
Using Live Streams:
Our website uses free and public live stream from many different sources. If you are a TV provider and your tv is listed here and you do not agree with us for the use of your stream in our website, Please contact us, we will delete your stream within 48 hours.
(*) Some information on Cookies:
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file (cookie.txt), not spyware, which is stored on a user's computer. A cookie gathers certain information about you such as your surfing habits, different site passwords etc. A cookie is designed to hold a limited amount of data specific to a particular client and website, and can be accessed either by the web server or the client computer.
Deleting Internet cookies:
Beware that if you clear your cookies, you will lose all the websites data such as passwords saved on that browser. But if it's not important to you to lose these saved information, it's a good idea to occasionally clean your disk space by clearing your cookies, cache, history and footprints.
How to delete your Internet cookies:
Google for the browser that you are using.
As an example:
If you are using Chrome:
a- Ctrl+ Shift+ Delete.
b- On the "Clear browsing data", then check cookies and other website data, you can uncheck the other two options if you wish.
If you are using Internet Explorer (Win):
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 be of any danger to your computer or spread any viruses. Whether or not other cookies can be dangerous or spread viruses has to do with whether or not a file is "executable," meaning if it's a program rather than data, and if so this will be prevented by your Antivirus program.