Updates to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service

Please read Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. If you keep using Talk with Stranger, you're letting us know that you're okay with the updates. This page was last updated on 22 Feb 2023.

What's getting changed?

Nothing is getting changed in the way website works, we are just clarifying how we use your information to improve your experience. We use browser cookies to save your nicknames in your own browser so that you don't need to write the name again when you return. It is different from using a database. TalkwithStranger doesn't store any information on their servers regarding user communications or their names.

Why are we clarifying now?

There are some new European privacy rules that will apply across Europe on May 25. We’re using this opportunity to make sure we’re really clear with you on how the website works.

Why and how do we use cookies?

We and our 3rd party partners including Google use cookies for collecting user's data for traffic and ads measurement purposes.

There are different ways How Google Partners Uses Your Data. Please review this link to see details of how Google uses cookies for ad and traffic measurements.

What other 3rd parties including Google will have access to your data?

We work with Google and Google works with a number of 3rd party ad networks to show you personalized ads.

To see the List of All Ad technology providers., please check this link. To see exact list of the ad providers we use, you can download that CSV list from here.

Why we value your privacy & what privacy based technologies we use on our website?

We and our ad partners use technologies such as cookies to personalize content , ads, social media features, and analyze our traffic. If you use our website, then you are acknowledging this as well. Hence we use this Consent Management Platform (CMP), to aware our users about our website and ads usage. Our TalkWithStranger community chatrooms forum is 100% GDPR compatible, and you can read this when making an account. EEA users can refuse to see personalize ads by clicking on the CMP privacy banner on our home page in the lower right part or by contacting us.

Does this affect the way I use TalkWithStranger?

Not at all—your TalkWithStranger experience will stay the same.

What if I'm not okay with the changes?

If you're not okay with the changes, you should not use the website. But before you do that, please get in touch with us so we can answer any questions you have.