隐私和 The Trade Desk 平台

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Last updated: 04 October 2018

Overview

At A Glance

Full Privacy Policy

The Platform

The data the Platform collects and processes

平台如何收集数据

Cookie

The purposes for which the Platform processes data

More about Personalisation

European Union controller/processor designation and legal bases

Sharing and Transfer

The EU-U.S. and Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Frameworks

安全性和数据保留

Your choices – access, opt out, and deletion

Changes to our policies

联络我们

Overview

The Trade Desk offers what is known in the industry as a Demand Side Platform (DSP). In simple terms this means we provide technology that helps advertisers and their advertising agencies manage digital advertising campaigns across many channels, such as websites, apps, audio, smart tvs, and other video. The ads our clients buy help pay for the content you enjoy.

We, and our clients, collect and use data both to help ensure that the ads you see are relevant and to measure and report on their effectiveness .

我们的 AdBrain 产品是平台的一部分,它使用数据生成可能彼此相关的设备映射,这意味着它们可供同一个人或同一家庭中的人使用。这有助于广告商更好地定位和衡量其广告活动,并尝试限制同一个人或家庭看到广告的次数。

Data that is in our Platform is pseudonymous, which means that it does not directly identify people. So, our Platform doesn’t have names, email addresses, phone numbers, or the like, and we prohibit clients and partners from putting that kind of data into our Platform. Our clients and partners may, outside of our Platform, have access to information that directly identifies you, and they may combine that information with information that they collected from our Platform, but if they do, that data is governed by their legal requirements, privacy policies, contracts, or other terms that they have in place.

By the term “Platform”, we mean The Trade Desk’s own advertising technology platform and systems.Our references to our Platform do not include the technology or systems of clients or partners that use, or integrate with us. They are bound by our policies when they use our Platform..

The Trade Desk 遵循网络广告促进协会 (Network Advertising Initiative, http://www.networkadvertising.org)、数字广告联盟 (Digital Advertising Alliance, http://aboutads.info)、加拿大数字广告联盟 (Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada, https://youradchoices.ca) 以及欧洲数字广告联盟 (European Digital Advertising Alliance, http://youronlinechoices.com) 的行业自律准则。

作为我们遵守欧盟数据保护法的一部分,The Trade Desk 还实施并遵守 IAB 欧盟透明度和许可框架政策。有关详细信息,请参阅 http://advertisingconsent.eu

如果您想直接转往我们的数据访问和选择退出页面,以查看与您的浏览器和/或我们平台上的设备相关的个人数据,或使用我们基于 Cookie 的选择退出功能,请浏览 http://www.adsrvr.org

At A Glance

阅读该表以获取快速概述。有关详细信息,请参阅下表。

Who we are:

Email: privacy@thetradedesk.com

Global HQ:

The Trade Desk, Inc.
42 N. Chestnut St
Ventura, CA 93001
USA

全球暨美国隐私办事处
2 Park Avenue, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10016

欧盟总部
The UK Trade Desk Ltd.
20 Farringdon Rd
5th Floor
London EC1M 3HE
United Kingdom

Global Data Protection Officer (DPO)
David Wainberg
全球隐私办事处
2 Park Avenue, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10016
dpo@thetradedesk.com

What we do:

Advertising technology platform for managing digital advertising campaigns.

我们的平台收集和处理的数据:

Pseudonymous data such as:

  • unique cookie and device identifiers
  • mobile device advertising identifiers
  • IP addresses
  • 我们看到的广告 Impression 中的网页浏览历史记录
  • interest information inferred by us from web browsing history
  • interest information stored and/or used on the Platform by clients and partners
  • location information
  • browser and device type, version and settings

平台如何收集数据:

Some of the ways the Platform collects data include:

  • from partners sending us requests for ads on websites, mobile applications, smart televisions, video devices, and other media
  • 使用 Cookie 和像素
  • from clients and partners uploading data to our platform
  • from clients and partners using our technology to collect data

The purposes for which the Platform processes data:

平台代表我们以及客户和合作伙伴处理用于广告的数据,例如:

  • personalizing ads
  • 投放广告
  • limiting the number of times you see an ad
  • measuring effectiveness of ads
  • 广告活动报告
  • maintaining ad transaction records
  • attributing purchases or other actions to ads
  • associating devices that might be related to each other
  • preventing malicious or invalid activity

Sharing and transfer:

We share data with other parties such as:

  • clients and partners to help improve the effectiveness of their, and their clients’ advertising
  • if we think it is required by law

In addition, a lot of the data collected on the Platform belongs to our clients and partners. They, of course, are able to remove such data from the Platform.

We may transfer data from the country of origin to the US or other countries. We do so under a valid legal framework, such as Privacy Shield.

安全性和数据保留:

我们维护普遍接受的安全方法来保护平台上的数据。

我们会保留匿名数据长达 18 个月,然后再进行分类汇总。

Your rights and choices:

您对平台上的个人数据拥有权利和选择。

Full Privacy Policy

Below, we explain in detail the type of data we collect, how we collect it, how we use it, and how we disclose it, as well as the choices available to you. Please keep in mind that the digital advertising industry is extremely complex, so we can’t present every technical detail. If, after reading this policy, you still have questions, please feel free to contact us at privacy@thetradedesk.com.

The Platform

该平台允许广告商和广告代理机构管理数字广告活动。它是一个需求方平台,因为我们代表了数字广告市场的需求方,其中需要展示广告的广告商和代理机构是“需求方”,而在网页、应用程序、智能电视和其他媒体资源上有此类广告空间的出版商则为“供应方”。

数字广告利用数据来提高广告效率并衡量其效果。如果没有数据,我们便无从得知其效果,例如,是 100 个不同的用户看到了广告,还是一个用户看了 100 遍相同的广告。这些数据对于在线和移动内容至关重要。如果没有此类数据,广告商会向出版商支付很少费用,从而迫使其显示更多广告或让用户为其内容付费。

广告商及其代理机构通过不同的方式收集和使用平台上的数据。他们将自己的数据引入平台,并使用平台收集数据。他们还可以从平台上删除其数据。我们的合约条款禁止他们引入或收集直接识别个人的数据,例如姓名、电子邮件地址、电话号码等等。相反,平台上的数据即所谓的匿名数据,如下所述。

The data the Platform collects and processes

The Platform collects and processes pseudonymous – i.e. not directly identifying – data about users, devices, and ads and where they’re shown. This includes:

  • 唯一的 Cookie 标识符
  • mobile device advertising identifiers
  • IP addresses
  • interest information stored and/or used on the platform by clients and partners
  • 我们创建的兴趣信息
  • 有关浏览器和设备的其他信息,例如类型、版本和设置
  • location information based on IP address or latitude/longitude coordinates, if provided to us
  • information about ads that are shown, such as which ads are shown to a device or user, where (which web page or app) they are shown, and at what time

平台如何收集数据

The Platform receives data in several ways, including the following:

  • Bid requests, which are sets of information that describe an ad space that is available to be filled. We get these requests from the “supply” side of the advertising ecosystem, meaning websites, apps, smart televisions, and others, as well as their agents. The requests contain information about the ad space, the device, and sometimes the user. They also usually have an ID that enables us to match the request with information we may already have.
  • Pixels and cookies, which allow us to recognize web browsers across sites and over time, and therefore to record information about them over time.
  • Mobile device IDs, which are provided by the device operating systems, like Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android, for purposes of allowing mobile apps and their advertising partners to recognize a device over time. We use these IDs the same way we use cookies, but for mobile apps instead of browsers.
  • Mobile SDKs are bits of code that some of our partners enable to be placed in mobile apps. This enables our partners to send us data about the mobile app and device in association with the mobile device ID.

Cookie

The Platform uses cookies for the advertising related purposes described in this policy. We may also use browser local storage, which in today’s browsers works similarly to cookies.

Our cookie domain is adsrvr.org. Cookies help us by enabling us to distinguish between, recognize, and store data about unique web browsers and devices, and to store data on our servers for the advertising purposes described here. We also use non-unique cookies to store cookie-based opt-out choices, when users opt out.

In order to be able to transmit requests for ads, and other data about users or devices, between sellers and buyers, and to help show you ads that match your likely interests, we engage in cookie syncing, meaning that we match our cookie IDs to clients’ and partners’ cookie IDs.

The purposes for which the Platform processes data

The Platform processes data both on our own behalf and on behalf of clients and partners for purposes related to the targeting, delivering, and measuring of and reporting on advertising.

  • Personalizing ads makes sure they are relevant and effective.
  • Delivering ads includes, for example, making sure the ad gets shown, keeping track of how many times it’s shown, as well as where and when.
  • Measurement and analytics includes tracking how well ads perform, such as whether users clicked or went to a client’s store after their ad campaign was shown.
  • Reporting on ad campaigns includes compilations of measurement, attribution, and other data to report on the performance and success of campaigns, as well as transaction reporting and verification.
  • Clicks and conversions measure actions taken by a user with respect to a particular ad, i.e., a click on an ad, or a download of an app.
  • Attribution means attributing particular ad views to actions by a user. For example, a car advertiser might be able to see that someone who saw an ad for a car four times, purchased that car. This would be done by stitching together data collected from our Platform with the advertiser’s own data and data from other companies. When this is done, we don’t get any data that directly identifies the purchaser of the car.
  • Cross device graphing uses algorithms to associate devices that might be related to each other, such as devices used by the same person or in the same household.
  • Malicious or invalid activity can be a problem for companies and users. We process information to try to identify and prevent, for example, purveyors of malware or bots that try to take advertising dollars for ads that aren’t shown to real users or that try to harm users’ devices.

More about Personalisation

Sometimes, as part of our Platform, we create and use user profiles associated with unique IDs. This means that we look at the information associated with the IDs, and with the requests for ads, such as the content in which the ad is shown, the time, the geographic location, and the type of device. Sometimes we also use information about whether or how users responded to ads to find other users who would respond to ads. We apply various computational methods on this information to find groupings of IDs that may have certain interests or characteristics, such as “clothing,” “sports,” “travel,” “male,” “25-54,” and so on. Our Platform also enables data suppliers to bring data to the Platform that our clients can use on the Platform to improve their ad campaigns.

Clients can bring their own data to the Platform for their own personalisation. Their sources and methods for acquiring this data vary, and are subject to our clients’ own policies and legal obligations, but we do contractually prohibit certain types of data from being introduced onto the Platform, such as directly identifying data or sensitive data.

As required under the NAI Code, The Trade Desk discloses standard interest segments that are based on health related information or interests that it makes available in the Platform where permitted by law and self-regulatory rules.

We do not collect or use, nor do we contractually allow on our Platform, data that would be considered sensitive. We also do not contractually permit data from or about users that we know, or a client knows, are children.

European Union controller/processor designation and legal bases

Under the definitions of “Controller” and “Processor” in EU law, we are in some cases a Controller of data and in some cases a Processor. We are a Controller, for example, over our personalised user interest segments that we create when we have appropriate permissions.

When we collect data for personalisation from requests for ads that we receive as described above, under EU law, we will ensure that we have data subject consent to do so.

We process data for other purposes when we have a legitimate interest in doing so and that interest is not outweighed by the rights or freedoms of individual data subjects.

Sharing and Transfer

We share data with other parties in some circumstances

  • Some of the data processed on the Platform belongs to our clients. When this is the case, our clients can take this data, such as records of advertising impressions, off of the Platform.
  • We share pseudonymous IDs that we think might be related to other pseudonymous IDs with clients and partners that use our AdBrain product.
  • Some of our clients and partners receive ad request data through the Platform for advertising purposes.

We transfer personal data to countries other than the country in which it was collected. We do so under a valid legal framework, such as a Privacy Shield.

The EU-U.S. and Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Frameworks

We transfer data from the EU or Switzerland to the US under our Privacy Shield certification [link: https://www.privacyshield.gov/participant?id=a2zt0000000TNT1AAO&status=Active]. If there is any conflict between the terms in this Policy and the Privacy Shield Principles, the Privacy Shield Principles shall govern.

Under the Privacy Shield, we commit to resolve complaints about our collection or use of your personal data. EU and Swiss individuals with inquiries or complaints regarding our Privacy Shield policy should first contact us at privacy@thetradedesk.com or at the address listed in the “Contact” section of this Policy. If you have unresolved privacy or data use concerns that we have not addressed satisfactorily, please contact our U.S. based third-party dispute resolution provider (free of charge) at https://feedback-form.truste.com/watchdog/request.

Under certain conditions specified by the Privacy Shield Principles, you may also be able to invoke binding arbitration to resolve your complaint. Please click here for more information or to submit a complaint.

安全性和数据保留

We retain the pseudonymous data collected on our Platform for up to 18 months. After 18 months (often sooner) the data is aggregated and stored for up to 3 additional years. This retention policy does not apply to client or partner data.

We have implemented security measures, including physical, electronic and administrative safeguards, to prevent the unauthorized access to, loss, misuse, or alteration of the information that our Platform collects. We believe these measures are appropriate given the nature of the data and our systems, but we make no assurances in this policy about our ability to prevent any such event or the possible harm to you or any third party that could arise from it.

Your choices – access, opt out, and deletion

Access: You are able to view personal data that is associated with your device on our Platform.

Opt out: You are able you to opt out using our cookie-based opt out for web browsers or with instructions for opt outing out other devices

Deletion: When you opt out, we will delete any data we have associated with your device or disassociate it from your device.

Go to our Data Access and Opt Out Page to view personal data that is associated with your browser and/or device on our Platform or to use our cookie-based opt out:

http://www.adsrvr.org

Changes to our policies

We may revise this policy at any time. However, if we make material changes, we will not apply them retroactively.

联络我们

You may contact us regarding privacy.

Email: privacy@thetradedesk.com

The Trade Desk, Inc.
Global and US Privacy Office
2 Park Avenue, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10016

The UK Trade Desk Ltd.
20 Farringdon Rd
5th Floor
London EC1M 3HE
United Kingdom

Global Data Protection Officer (DPO)
The Trade Desk, Global Privacy Office
2 Park Avenue, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10016
dpo@thetradedesk.com

If you have a concern regarding our privacy practices, please contact us via the contacts above. If after reasonable efforts you believe your concern has not been satisfactorily addressed by us:

  • 我们在美国境内的隐私惯例受联邦贸易委员会监管。
  • In the EU or Switzerland, for concerns that pertain to the transfer of data from the EU or Switzerland under the EU-US or Swiss-US Privacy Shield Frameworks, please contact our U.S. based third-party dispute resolution provider (free of charge) at https://feedback-form.truste.com/watchdog/request.
  • Otherwise, in the EU, we recommend you contact the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) of the United Kingdom.