· The Trade Desk Services Privacy Practices
· Privacy Practices for Our Website
Consumer Opt-Out Choices
The Trade Desk Services: If you would prefer not to have The Trade Desk serve you relevant ads, you may go to our opt-out page to learn more: Opt Out of Relevant Advertising. If you opt out through this page, you may continue to see ads from The Trade Desk, but these ads will not be targeted based on your online activity history. For more information on The Trade Desk services and our practices, please see below.
Third Parties on The Trade Desk Website: We may allow certain third parties to collect data about your web viewing behavior on The Trade Desk website and combine this data with information collected from other websites over time for purposes that include interest-based advertising. If you would like to learn more about this type of advertising, or would prefer to opt-out of interest-based advertising, U.S. residents may visit www.aboutads.info/choices or www.networkadverising.org/choices, European residents may visit www.youronlinechoices.com, and Canadian residents may visit http://youradchoices.ca/choices/. For more information on The Trade Desk website practices, please see below.
Commitment to Industry Self-Regulation: The Trade Desk follows the Digital Advertising Alliance (“DAA”) Self-Regulatory Principles and adheres to the Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”) Code of Conduct as a member of NAI. Click here if you would like further information regarding the DAA principles and here if you would like information about the NAI Code of Conduct. Consistent with these principles, the health/fitness related segments available in The Trade Desk for behavioral advertising can be viewed here.
The Trade Desk 还遵守欧洲互动数字广告联盟 (EDAA) 准则。您可以在此处了解更多内容并选择不接收行为广告。
The Trade Desk Services Privacy Practices
Posted: August 24, 2016, Effective Date: September 24, 2016.
Information Our Technology Collects. We believe that consumers prefer more (rather than less) relevant ads, tailored to their interests. To do this, we collect a variety of data from Clients, from data suppliers, and across platforms, to help optimize ads and increase the likelihood that a particular unique, but anonymous, user will be interested in (rather than potentially annoyed by) an ad shown. For more information on the technology used to collect the below information, please refer to the below section titled “Cookies, Web Beacons and Mobile SDKs.”
• Our Technology collects information generally known as non-personally identifiable information (“Non-PII”) that may include, but is not limited to, your IP host address, the date and time of the ad request, specific location information of your device (which may be derived from, for example, your device’s GPS, Bluetooth, or WiFi signals), pages viewed, browser type, the referring URL, Internet Service Provider, and your computer’s operating system, as well as how you interact with a web page or ad. We may also collect Non-PII such as age, gender, income, education, interests, and usage activity from Clients or other third parties. We also may collect analogous Non-PII from mobile platforms, which may include information about your interactions with those applications (including your IP address and time-stamp information), and information about your mobile device (including device type, handset name, operating system information, mobile identifiers such as Apple IDFA and Android Advertising ID, app-specific identifiers, and a list of the applications your device interacts with).
• Sometimes, we obtain the above information from other ad platforms, application platforms or providers, customers or websites and services (including our Clients). We may work with Clients or other third parties to synchronize or “sync” unique, anonymous identifiers to match our Clients’ Non-PII data or identifiers to our own, in order to enhance data points about a particular unique browser or device, and thus enable or send ads that are more relevant, match consumers to their likely product interests, or better synchronize, cap, or otherwise optimize advertising.
The Trade Desk uses Non-PII to target and serve or to help our Clients to target and serve relevant advertising to consumers and to perform attribution analysis or other analytics regarding advertising audiences, as well as to compile, match and link audiences on behalf of Clients. For instance, we may, or help our Clients to, use this Non-PII to:
• Determine what ad to show a consumer, and customize ads to particular types of audiences;
• Customize ads to the type of web page users are viewing;
• Limit the number of times a consumer sees an ad or a type of ad;
• Perform analysis of how effective the ads are;
• Help advertisers learn more about their own consumers.
Sometimes we may use or make available to Clients products or services from third parties that utilize their data and the Non-PII we collect or receive (such as IP Address) to recognize users or try to resolve a commonality of users (or households) across platforms or across devices, such as smartphones, computers, tablets or related browsers or to connect app usage to browser usage on the same device. For instance, we might infer that a common IP address seen across different devices represents a common user (or a related or similar user), and use that inference in tailoring ads. Occasionally, we receive anonymized data sets (which may constitute hashed or obfuscated personally identifiable information (“PII”)), in order to promote, test or validate the accuracy of such inferences.
We do not knowingly collect or obtain from third parties, any personal data, including any “sensitive personal data,” for OBA purposes, as defined under Directive 95/46/EC, and we contractually prohibit third parties from putting this data in our platform.
In adherence to EDAA requirements, we do not create segments for OBA purposes that are specifically designed to target children (age 12 and under). While this does not mean that ad delivery will not occur, it means that we will not specifically target ads to children ages 12 and under.
为帮助在线广告与用户关联更加紧密，我们的技术采用主要浏览器应用程序的标准 cookie 功能，可令我们在用户的电脑上存储关于用户对特定网站之访问的小块数据。我们还使用 cookie 来了解用户的浏览和购买活动，以便我们能够衡量所运行之在线广告活动的成功。
Cookies are small text files that web servers typically send to users’ computer when they visit a website. Cookies are stored as text files on users’ hard drive, and can be accessed by web servers when the user visits a website or views an advertisement. Cookies are used by companies to collect and send information about a user’s website visits – for example, number of visits, average time spent, pages viewed, navigation history through the website, and other statistics. This information helps companies improve a user’s online experience in many ways: for example, by allowing companies to monitor website performance, making the website easier to use, measuring the effectiveness of their promotional placements, and tailoring their website (including the ads and offers they receive) to better match a user’s interests and preferences. Users who prefer not to accept cookies can set their Internet browser to notify them when they receive a cookie or to prevent cookies from being placed on their hard drive.
The Trade Desk 的 cookie 已设定在一年后到期，而我们的选择退出 cookie 会留存更长时间。我们 cookie 失效可能会在我们（或者客户，如果适用）与浏览器或设备的进一步互动之时重设。
The Trade Desk 还使用网络信标（又被称为 1×1 gif）和 cookie 来确定用户是否曾访问特定网站。这些信标有助于向用户提供更加相关的广告并衡量广告活动的成功，但不会提供个人可识别信息。
HTML5 and Locally Stored Objects. Similar to cookies are pieces of code known as “locally stored objects,” which we may also use for storing Non-PII. Locally stored objects, such as HTML5 Web Storage, are used for similar purposes as cookies but typically contain a greater amount and different types of data than browser cookies. Most current versions of common web browsers clear this locally stored data when you delete or clear your cookie cache. To confirm whether this is the case for the browser you are using, or to learn more about how to precisely control this data storage, please consult the Help function of your browser.
The Trade Desk may share the Non-PII that we collect and receive in various ways.
• Primarily, we work with Clients and other third parties to help optimize ads and make them more likely to be relevant to consumers, by comparing, syncing and sharing the Non-PII described above. For instance, we may share to other ad platforms, customers or websites and services (including our Clients) Non-PII we have collected (generally, unique, anonymous identifiers representing consumers’ browsers), in order for these third parties to match their unique identifiers to our own, so that we can “sync” identifiers in order to help them show more relevant ads, match consumers to their likely interests, or better synchronize, cap, or otherwise optimize advertising.
• Further, the Non-PII we collect and receive may be processed on our behalf by third-party service providers that assist us in running our business, including providers of data storage and processing facilities.
• We may disclose your information to third parties when we reasonably believe we are obligated to do so by law, and in order to investigate, prevent, or take action regarding suspected or actual activities that may harm any person, our company, the Technology, or otherwise violate any law.
• Also, in the event The Trade Desk is merged into another company, or another company acquires all or substantially all of The Trade Desk’s assets, including, without limitation, in the event of bankruptcy, all data compiled or owned by The Trade Desk may be among the items transferred in that transaction.
• Finally, we may share aggregated, non-personal information with Clients in connection with reporting and accounting needs as well as with other unaffiliated third parties for various purposes such as statistical or educational analysis (such as the creation of predictive models).
We may also facilitate our Clients’ efforts to place a cookie or other tracking technology on a website with which our Client has a relationship, and we may allow our Clients to collect information about your web viewing behavior on our website. This information may be combined with other data collected from other websites over time for IBA purposes.
The Trade Desk follows the Digital Advertising Alliance (“DAA”) Self-Regulatory Principles and the Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”) Code of Conduct.
Opting Out for Web-based IBA: If you’d like to opt-out from having The Trade Desk use your Web viewing data and other Non-PII for web-based IBA purposes, please click here for more information on IBA and the choices that The Trade Desk offers with respect to IBA. The DAA and NAI also provide websites where you can learn more about IBA and opt out of receiving targeted ads from our advertising partners who participate in the DAA or NAI programs. You can access these websites at www.aboutads.info/choices and at www.networkadvertising.org/choices. Residents of the EEA and Switzerland may visit www.youronlinechoices.com. If you are located in Canada, you can access this information at http://youradchoices.ca/choices/.
Opting Out for App-based IBA: If you are using a mobile device, you may be able to opt out of receiving IBA by The Trade Desk based on app usage data, through your device settings as described below. We provide the following descriptions solely for informational purposes. For additional information and up to date methods of opting out, you should consult your device settings, and instructions provided by device manufacturers.
If you have an Apple device, you can opt out of our IBA services by updating to iOS 6.0 or higher, and setting Limit Ad Tracking to ‘ON’. You can do this by clicking on Settings -> General -> About -> Advertising and toggling Limit Ad Tracking to ‘ON’. Our systems are designed to respect your choice and not use information to provide IBA when this setting is ON. Again, you should consult Apple’s support web pages and instructions for the most current applicable settings.
1. Open the Google Settings app on your device
2. Select Personal info & privacy à Ads settings à Manage Ad Settings
3. Turn to “off” the “Ads based on your interests” option.
我们的系统同样旨在尊重您的 Android 设备传送给您的选择。此外，请参阅 Google 设置和说明，以了解最新的设置信息。
Please note that these settings do not block ads, but rather will not base ads on your interests.
We retain the Non-PII collected via our Technology for up to eighteen months. After 18 months (or sooner) the data is stored in aggregate for up to three years.
The security of your information is important to us. The Trade Desk has implemented security measures, including physical, electronic and administrative safeguards, to prevent the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information that our Technology collects, but we make no assurances about our ability to prevent such loss, misuse, to you or to any third party arising out of any such loss, misuse, or alteration.
The Trade Desk 运行的技术来自于美国服务器，并且其通过客户所收集到的信息也是在美国进行处理。负责管理美国境内之数据收集和使用的法律可能与您所在国家的法律不同，但 The Trade Desk 将始终依据本政策保护您的数据。
在适用的范围内，The Trade Desk, Inc. 将遵守美国/欧盟和美国/瑞士安全港框架在对接收于相关欧洲国家/地区之个人信息的通知、选择、前向传输、安全性、数据完整性、访问与执行方面的准则。如要行使安全港所赋予的权利或提起申诉，这些国家/地区的居民可以如本隐私政策下一章所述联络 The Trade Desk，并且我们的业务客户可以通过登录账户，来直接访问并修正已经提交的部分信息。如果我们无法解决安全港覆盖范围内的欧洲居民之个人信息处理方面的分歧，我们同意通过 TRUSTe 来解决问题。如需了解更多关于安全港框架的信息，请访问 http://www.export.gov/safeharbor。您可以在https://safeharbor.export.gov/list.aspx 搜索并查看我们的安全港认证。
如果您对本政策或 The Trade Desk 的隐私惯例存有任何疑问，请发送电邮至 email@example.com 来联络我们的代表，他们将乐于通过任何可能的方式为您提供说明和援助，或者您可以发送邮件至：
The Trade Desk, Inc.
42 N. Chestnut Street
Ventura, CA 93001
本隐私政策描述 The Trade Desk 会如何收集和使用您在我们的网站 www.thetradedesk.com 上所提供的个人信息。还描述了我们在使用您的个人可识别信息 (PII) 方面适用于您的选择，以及您可以如何访问并更新此信息。
The Trade Desk 已收到 TRUSTe 的隐私标志，表明本隐私声明和我们的惯例已就针对 TRUSTe 计划的合规性获得审查，TRUSTe 计划可通过在验证页面上点击 TRUSTe 标志来查看。TRUSTe 认证涵盖通过此网站 www.thetradedesk.com 所收集的个人信息。
如果您就隐私或数据使用问题未能从我方得到圆满解决，请登录 https://feedback-form.truste.com/watchdog/request 联络 TRUSTe。
在适用的范围内，The Trade Desk, Inc. 将遵守美国/欧盟和美国/瑞士安全港框架在对接收于相关欧洲国家/地区之个人信息的通知、选择、前向传输、安全性、数据完整性、访问与执行方面的准则。如要行使安全港所赋予的权利或提起申诉，这些国家/地区的居民可以如本隐私政策末尾所述联络 The Trade Desk，并且我们的业务客户可以通过登录账户，来直接访问并修正已经提交的部分信息。如果我们无法解决安全港覆盖范围内的欧洲居民之个人信息处理方面的分歧，我们同意通过国际争议解决中心/美国仲裁协会安全港争议解决计划 (http://go.adr.org/safeharbor) 来解决问题。如需了解更多关于安全港框架的信息，请访问 http://www.export.gov/safeharbor。您可以登录 https://safeharbor.export.gov/list.aspx 来搜索并查看我们的安全港认证。
We and/or our selected third-party partners may also collect data about visitors’ activities on this Website and across the Internet over time for non-advertising purposes, including to conduct analytics, measure trends, and streamline website usability. Please see the section below on “Automatic Data Collection” for more information.
如果您想要订阅我们的时事通讯，我们将使用您的电子邮件地址来向您发送时事通讯。如果您不想继续接收这些电子邮件通讯，可以遵循您所收到的电邮中的退订说明来退订或发送电邮至 firstname.lastname@example.org 联络我们。
• We may provide your personal information to companies that provide services to help us with our business activities such as sending email communications on our behalf. These companies are authorized to use your personal information only as necessary to provide these services to us.
• We may also disclose your personal information:
o As required by law, such as to comply with a subpoena, or similar legal process,
o When we believe in good faith that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights, protect your safety or the safety of others, investigate fraud, or respond to a government request,
o If The Trade Desk is involved in a merger, acquisition, or sale of all or a portion of its assets, you will be notified via email and/or a prominent notice on our Web site of any change in ownership or uses of your personal information, as well as any choices you may have regarding your personal information, or
o any other third party with your prior consent to do so.
The Trade Desk 网站可能包含由隐私惯例不同于我们的第三方所运行的网站之链接和广告。虽然我们努力仅关联那些声誉良好的实体，但 The Trade Desk 对此类其他网站的隐私惯例不承担任何责任。我们建议您查看您所访问的全部网站之隐私惯例。
If you’d like us to update, correct, delete, or deactivate any PII that you have provided to us on this Website, please resubmit your contact information on the Contact Us page or send your request to us at
您的个人信息安全对我们至关重要。The Trade Desk 已执行安全措施，来避免我们的技术所收集到的信息出现丢失、误用和更改现象，但我们无法向您或在任何此类丢失、误用或更改中出现的任何第三方保证我们能够避免此类丢失和误用的能力。
The Trade Desk follows the Digital Advertising Alliance Self-Regulatory Principles and the Network Advertising Initiative Code of Conduct. We may allow certain third parties to collect data about your web viewing behavior on The Trade Desk website and combine this data with information collected from other websites over time for purposes that include interest-based advertising. If you would like to learn more about this type of advertising, or would prefer to opt-out of interest-based advertising, U.S. residents may visit www.aboutads.info/choices or www.networkadverising.org/choices, European residents may visit www.youronlinechoices.com, and Canadian residents may visit http://youradchoices.ca/choices/. These websites allow you to opt-out of interest-based advertising by companies participating in these self-regulatory programs. To learn more about how to opt-out of interest-based advertising by The Trade Desk, please visit our Opt-Out Page.
We and/or our selected third-party partners may also collect data about visitors’ activities on this Website and across the Internet over time for non-advertising purposes, including to conduct analytics, measure trends, and streamline website usability. The technologies used for this purpose may include log files, cookies, web beacons, and social media plug-ins as described below. One of the service providers we may use is Google Analytics. To learn more about how Google Analytics collects and processes data and the choices you may have to control these activities, you may visit http://www.google/com/intl/en/policies/privacy/partners/.
As is true of most Web sites, we and our third party tracking-utility partner(s) may gather certain information automatically and store it in log files. This information includes internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, operating system, date/time stamp, and clickstream data.
We use this information to analyze trends, to administer the site, to track users’ movements around the site and to gather demographic information about our user base as a whole.
Cookie 是存储在用户计算机上的用于保存记录的小型文本文件。我们在此网站上使用 Cookie。我们会将存储在 Cookie 中的信息与您访问网站时提交的任何个人可识别信息相关联。
You can remove persistent cookies by following directions provided in your Internet browser’s “help” file. If you reject cookies, you may still use our site, but your ability to use some areas of our site, such as contests or surveys, may be limited.
我们的合作伙伴及服务提供商对 Cookie 的使用不在我们隐私声明的覆盖范围之内。我们对这些 Cookie 没有访问或控制的权利。
Our third party partners or service providers may employ a software technology called clear gifs (a.k.a. Web Beacons/Web Bugs), that help us better manage content on our site by informing us what content is effective. Clear gifs are tiny graphics with a unique identifier, similar in function to cookies, and are used to track the online movements of Web users. In contrast to cookies, which are stored on a user’s computer hard drive, clear gifs are embedded invisibly on Web pages and are about the size of the period at the end of this sentence. We tie the information gathered by clear gifs to our customers’ personally identifiable information.
我们在基于 HTML 的电子邮件中使用透明影像图档，获知接收人已开启哪些邮件。这可令我们测量部分通讯的效力以及我们的营销活动的效力。
California Do Not Track Disclosure
Please note that The Trade Desk does not currently honor browsers’ DNT (do not track) settings.
我们在网站上发布的客户评价可能会包含个人可识别信息。我们会在发布客户评价前，通过电子邮件获得客户的同意，将其姓名连同评价一起发布。如果您想要删除自己的评价，请发送电邮至 email@example.com 联络我们。