ST Use of Third-Party Services
What are third-party services?
Third-party services are web-based technologies that are not exclusively operated or controlled by ST. ST uses third-party services to assist it in communicating or interacting with the public. These services may be separate websites or may be applications embedded within our websites. Some third parties provide these services to ST under contract.
Privacy Information Regarding Third-Party Services
When interacting with ST through a third-party service, the third-party service provider’s privacy policies apply. The following table lists the third-party services currently used by ST and provides links to the privacy policies of each third-party service provider.
The information that we collect and share through cookies is anonymous and not personally identifiable.
|https://www.facebook.com/privacy/policy/||We may collect comments when hosting an interactive Facebook chat, answering questions, or broadcasting an event.|
|https://privacycenter.instagram.com/policy/||No, we do not actively seek personal information.|
|KakaoTalk||https://www.kakao.com/policy/privacy?lang=en||No, we don’t manage kakao channel interactively. Even we can’t know the followers detailed information. Kakaotalk provides only the number of followers. |
Contents Posting: followers should access STM32 page by themselves and check the contents.
Push message: although we send push message to followers, we don’t know who are followers.
|https://privacy.linkedin.com/||No, applicants must apply for openings through official channels such as About us > Carreers|
|https://twitter.com/en/privacy||The "handles" (user names) of any user may be collected and maintained if @ST interacts with the user during an interactive chat or answers questions the user directed to ST Twitter accounts.|
|https://weixin.qq.com/cgi-bin/readtemplate?lang=en_US&t=weixin_agreement&s=privacy&cc=CN&head=true||Yes, as explained in our public WeChat Privacy Notices|