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Last updated: January 7th 2023

Native Teams uses Cookies and similar technologies on the Platform. The purpose of this Cookie Policy is to answer the most common questions related to the concept and type of Cookies, as well as the way Users can control them, that is, adjust them.

Capitalized terms in the Cookie Policy have the meaning defined in the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

1. Definition and purpose of Cookies

A Cookie is a text file that contains information and is downloaded to your device when you visit a certain page. Once downloaded to a specific device, with each subsequent visit to the same site, Cookies are sent back to the site they came from, that is, to another site that recognizes that Cookie.

The primary purpose of Cookies is to make our Platform and Services more efficient, safer and more customized for Users. Also, Cookies allow us to recognize your device through the system we use and offer you the best possible configuration.

Cookies make it possible to distinguish between Users. In addition to Cookies, there are other similar technologies that serve a similar purpose to Cookies, such as "pixels" and "web beacons", so the term "Cookies" in this Cookie Policy will include such technologies.

Native Teams uses Cookies to collect information about how the Platform and Services are used.

We regularly update the Cookie tables contained on the site. However, given that Cookies are a very fluid category, the following tables may change from time to time.

2. Types of Cookies

There are three criteria by which Cookies are classified:

Criterion 1: Duration

Depending on how long they last, Cookies are divided into:

  • Session Cookies that are temporary and cease to exist after the end of the User's session on the Platform, that is, when he closes his browser;

  • Persistent Cookies that remain on the hard drive of the User's device until they are removed by the User or his browser. The duration of a Persistent Cookie can vary and is written into the programming code of each individual Cookie.

Criterion 2: Origin

Depending on the entity that places them on the Platform, Cookies are divided into:

  • First-party Cookies set by us as the owner of the Platform;

  • Third-party Cookies placed by Third parties, such as our external collaborators that we engage to provide marketing or analytical services. For example, there are Third-party Cookies that collect data about the User's searches on various sites and thus enable the User to be shown customized messages or advertisements according to the User's search history.

In the table with the list of contributors, which is contained in the continuation of the Cookie Policy, you can find out which Cookies are set by us (“First-party Cookies“) and which by Third parties (“Third-party Cookies“). To understand how your data collected through the use of Third-party Cookies is processed, please read the privacy policies of the provider of such Cookies.

Criterion 3: Purpose

Depending on the purpose they serve, Cookies are divided into three categories.

Necessary Cookies. Without the Necessary Cookies, the Platform cannot function properly, because these Cookies allow the Platform to work in a way that provides basic functionality such as navigation between pages, access to secure parts of the Platform, Platform security, network management and access, etc.

It enables the safe use of the Platform by Users in a way that prevents attacks and protects the Platform from attacks.
2 hours
The test_cookie is set by and is used to determine if the User's browser supports Cookies.
15 minutes

Statistical Cookies. This category of Cookies, also called "performance cookies" or "analytical cookies", serves to understand the movements and interactions of the Users by collecting data that we analyze later. With their help, we can find out which pages are the most and least popular and see how Users move around the Platform. Also, with the help of Statistical Cookies, we can count visits and recognize how Users come to the Platform, which helps us count visits and improve the performance of the Platform.

With the help of Statistical Cookies, the data is collected anonymously and cannot be used to identify the Users. This group mainly includes Third-party Cookies, which our external collaborators whom we engage for statistical services, use for our needs.

If you refuse to use these Cookies, we will not be able to know when you have accessed the Platform.

Provided by Google Tag Manager to experiment advertisement efficiency of websites using their services.
3 months
Microsoft Clarity set this Cookie to store information about how Users interact with the Platform. The Cookie helps to provide an analysis report. The data collection includes the number of Users, where they visit the website, and the pages visited.
1 year
The _ga Cookie, installed by Google Analytics, calculates User, session and campaign data and also keeps track of site usage for the site's analytics report. The Cookie stores information anonymously and assigns a randomly generated number to recognize unique visitors.
2 years
A variation of the _gat cookie set by Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager to allow website owners to track Users behaviour and measure Platform performance. The pattern element in the name contains the unique identity number of the account or website it relates to.
1 minute
Installed by Google Analytics, _gid Cookie stores information on how Users use a Platform, while also creating an analytics report of the Platform's performance. Some of the data that are collected include the number of Users, their source, and the pages they visit anonymously.
1 day
Live chat functionality for improved User experience.
6 months
This Cookie is installed by Google Analytics.
2 years
Microsoft Clarity sets this Cookie to retain the browser's Clarity User ID and settings exclusive to that website. This guarantees that actions taken during subsequent visits to the same website will be linked to the same user ID.
1 year
Used by Microsoft Advertising as a unique ID for Users.
1 year 24 days
Microsoft Clarity sets this Cookie to store and consolidate a User's pageviews into a single session recording.
1 day

Marketing Cookies. With the help of Marketing Cookies, we improve our Platform and provide you with the best user experience together with content that is tailored to you. These Cookies are placed on the Platform by our collaborators whom we engage for marketing services. They use information about your location and allow you to uniquely identify your browser and device, in order to create a profile of interest to each individual User. That is why we are able to provide you with advertisements and announcements that are important to you on other sites on the Internet.

If Marketing Cookies are disabled, Users are not shown customized ads and advertisements that we create on other pages they visit.

Twitter set this Cookie to collect User navigation data to optimise ad relevance.
2 years
Twitter sets this Cookie to integrate and share features for social media and also store information about how the User uses the website, for tracking and targeting.
2 years
UserMatch History
LinkedIn sets this Cookie for LinkedIn Ads ID syncing.
1 month
LinkedIn sets this Cookie from LinkedIn share buttons and ad tags to recognize browser ID.
1 year
LinkedIn sets this Cookie to store performed actions on the Platform.
1 year
Bing sets this Cookie to recognize unique web browsers visiting Microsoft sites. This Cookie is used for advertising, site analytics, and other operations.
1 year 24 days
The ANONCHK Cookie, set by Bing, is used to store an User's session ID and also verify the clicks from ads on the Bing search engine. The Cookie helps in reporting and personalization.
10 minutes
This cookie is set by Facebook to display advertisements when either on Facebook or on a digital platform powered by Facebook advertising, after visiting the website.
3 months

3. Other technologies used on the Platform

  • Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a service that we use to collect, record and analyze data related to the behavior of Users when using the Platform. Google Analytics uses Cookies to track User behavior in order to compile reports on User visits and activities on the Platform. Native Teams uses Google Analytics to comply with the highest privacy standards.

Google Analytics is controlled by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Pkwy, Mountain View, CA 94043-1351, USA. Read more details about the processing of Personal Data using Google Analytics at the following link:

The information collected by Google Analytics through Cookies (as described in the previous section), and related to the use of the Platform, is usually forwarded to Google servers in the USA, where it is stored. Google may share with Third parties the Personal Information it collects using the technical methods described. The information collected through Cookies on the Platform is used by Google to analyze the use of the Platform and to provide us with services related to the Platform and Services. We have implemented anonymization on the Platform, which means that Google truncates the IP address of Users from EU and EEA countries. As an exception, it may happen that the IP address is completely transferred to Google servers in the USA, where it is subsequently shortened.

If you want to prevent Google from sharing and processing your data related to the use of the Platform and which are collected by Cookies, you can do so by downloading and installing the plugin, which can be found at This plugin uses JavaScript to notify Google Analytics that no data or information about the User be transferred to Google Analytics. Additionally, you can disable these Cookies as explained in the section Disabling Cookies.

Read more about how Google uses data it collects through the Platform and Services at

You can read details about Google Analytics at, while more information about Google's own processing of User data can be found here:

  • Google Tag Manager

Google Tag Manager is a tool that allows us to centrally manage the so-called tags, using an appropriate interface. This tool does not use Cookies and does not collect Personal Information, but only implements tags on the Platform.

Google has a special privacy policy governing this way of collecting Personal Data from Third-party uploaders, which you can read at However, Google Tag Manager does not have access to such data. In case of deactivation of an individual domain/page, i.e. Cookies, Google Tag Manager remains active for all tags that enable tracking if previously implemented through this tool.

4. Legal basis for using Cookies

We only use Cookies if you agree to the same on the Cookie banner. Accordingly, the legal basis for the use of Cookies on the Platform is the consent of the User, given in accordance with the Privacy Policy.

The device you use to access the Platform is assumed to be your own. If you access the Platform from a device not owned by you, it is assumed that you have the authority to consent to the use of Cookies on that device, in accordance with the Cookie Policy.

5. Disabling Cookies

All categories of Cookies, other than essential, can be disabled through the Cookie banner, as well as through the settings of the browser you use.

If you select the "Reject all" option on the banner, you will disable the use of all (except Necessary) Cookies through the banner.

By selecting the "Cookie Settings" option, you can also adjust your Cookie preferences. Each individual category can be enabled or disabled by selecting the "On" or "Off" button on the Cookie banner.

You can also adjust Cookies through your browser, given that browsers are usually automatically set to accept all Cookies. If you want to change your Cookie setting, contact the help center of the browser you are using. Some of the links that may help you are:

Each browser has its own system for managing Cookies and settings. If you disable all Cookies (including Essential Cookies), there is a risk that you may not be able to access or use certain parts of the Platform or view certain parts of the Content.

6. Modification of the Cookie Policy

The Cookie Policy may be updated from time to time, which we will notify you through the Platform within a reasonable time before the change becomes effective, as well as after it becomes effective.

7. Need more Cookies information?

If you would like further information on Cookies, please go to the ICO’s website - information is available here.

We understand that you may have separate questions or concerns about this Cookie Policy or our privacy practices. Please feel free to contact us via e-mail at