Effective: May 8, 2019
What are cookies?
Cookies can be “persistent cookies” that remain on your hard drive until they expire or are deleted, or “session cookies” that are deleted from your hard drive when you close your browser. Cookies can also be “first-party cookies” which are set by us, or “third-party cookies” which are set by others.
For further information on cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set on your device and how to manage or delete them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
What kind of cookies are served through the Rover Sites?
We use three categories of cookies on the Rover Sites: Strictly Necessary Cookies, Analytics Cookies, and Advertising Cookies:
Strictly Necessary cookies
Strictly Necessary cookies enable you to navigate the Rover Sites and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the Rover Sites. Strictly Necessary cookies don’t gather information about you that could be used for marketing or remembering where you have visited on the Internet. This category of cookies cannot be disabled.
Analytics cookies help us analyze how you use the Rover Sites. Analytics cookies collect and store information such as how you interact with the Rover Sites, errors you encounter when using the Rover Sites, and which pages within the Rover Sites visitors go to most often. We use the information collected by these cookies to improve the Rover Sites and your user experience.
We and our third-party partners use Advertising cookies on the Rover Sites to deliver ads to you on third-party websites and applications, execute referral programs and brand partnerships, and populate job boards. We also may use Advertising cookies to know when you return to the Rover Sites after visiting these partners’ websites and applications.
Some of our third-party partners who set Advertising cookies on the Rover Sites include Bouncex, Button, E-miles, Extole, Facebook, Full Story, Google, HasOffers, Impact, Indeed, Jobs2Careers, Justuno, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Movable Ink, Pinterest, SnapEngage, TVSquared, Twitter, Unbounce, Yahoo, YP, and ZipRecruiter.
How can I manage or delete cookies?
The following are examples of how you can manage or delete many of the cookies served through the Rover Sites:
- Cookie opt-out links. You may manage or opt-out of certain uses of many cookies served through the Rover Sites by using the links provided above.
- Industry opt-out sites. You may also opt-out of some uses of Advertising cookies by visiting: www.aboutads.info/choices, optout.networkadvertising.org, or www.youronlinechoices.com/uk.
- Browser settings. Many web browsers accept cookies by default. If you prefer, you can usually change your browser's settings to reject and/or to remove many cookies. On some browsers, you can choose to let the Rover Sites place cookies, but choose to reject cookies from certain third parties (such as analytics companies or advertising companies). As the precise means by which you may do this will vary from browser to browser, please visit your browser's help or settings menu for more information.
Please note also that if you choose to reject or remove cookies, this may prevent certain features or services of Rover Sites from working properly. Since your cookie opt-out preferences are also stored in a cookie in your website browser, please also note that if you delete all cookies, use a different browser, or buy a new computer, you will need to renew your opt-out choices.
Rover may also use e-mail tracking technologies to monitor the success of e-mail campaigns it operates (for example, recording how many e-mails in a campaign were opened). If you do not want us to track emails we send you, some email services let you change your display to turn off HTML or disable download of images and exercising these rights should effectively disable our email tracking. In addition, you may also unsubscribe from our marketing emails as described in those emails.
Do Not Track
Some Internet browsers include the ability to transmit “Do Not Track” signals. The Rover Sites do not currently process or respond to “Do Not Track” signals. To learn more about “Do Not Track”, please visit “All About Do Not Track".
In addition to “Do Not Track”, there are many ways that web browser signals and similar mechanisms can indicate your tracking choices, and we may not be aware of nor honor every mechanism.