This Policy explains who The Rubicon Project, Inc. and its affiliates (“Rubicon Project” or “we”) are, how we collect, share, and use personal information about you, and how you can exercise your privacy rights.
This Policy only applies to personal information we collect through our websites (such as http://www.rubiconproject.com) (the “websites“) and in the course of our sales and marketing activities.
We recommend that you read this Policy in full to ensure you are fully informed. However, to make it easier for you to review those parts of this Policy which apply to you, we have divided up the document into the following sections:
INFORMATION WE COLLECT AND HOW WE COLLECT IT
Information you provide to us
Certain parts of our websites may ask you to provide us with personal information about you voluntarily. For example, we may ask you to provide your identifiers and contact details when you: register an account with us; subscribe to our marketing communications; submit enquiries to us; request market reports; request access to a demo; and or apply for a job.
The personal information we collect may include identifiers and contact information such as your name, address, telephone number or email address and contact preferences. It may also include professional information, such as your job title, department or job role, as well as the nature of your request or communication. If you apply for a job, we will collect your resume and information related to your employment and education history.
In addition, if you choose to correspond with us through email or blog postings, we may collect and retain other information you voluntarily provide us, such as the content of your email messages together with your email address and our responses.
Information we collect automatically
When using or interacting with our websites and/or marketing emails (collectively with our websites, the “Online Properties”), we may collect certain information automatically. Some of this information may include identifiers, for example your IP addresses and certain unique device identifiers, and may identify a particular computer or device, meaning that it may therefore be considered “personal data” or “personal information” under applicable laws in some jurisdictions. Some of this information may be collected using cookies and similar tracking technology, as explained further under the heading “Cookies and similar tracking technology.”