Last updated: June 25, 2021
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Work4 may also provide an Employer with conversion tracking code to place on its website that probes the web beacon of Job Seekers and whether a Job Seeker has applied for a job on that Employer's website. This conversion tracking will attribute an application to Work4 as soon as the Job Seeker begins their search on our Sites or through our Services, despite any intervening activity. Work4 does not have access to cookies placed on the Employer's domain. Conversion tracking is a simple counter that informs Work4 that a Job Seeker has applied for a job.
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The paragraphs below provide our users in some markets with "Cookie Settings" options. Other types of controls available to our users are:
- Browser and Device Specific Controls
Your browser may offer to block cookies, such as third-party cookies. Some browsers also allow you to analyze and manage cookies on a case-by-case basis. We encourage you to review your browser's settings and documentation to learn more about the controls it has and how they work.
Note: If you delete the cookies that Work4 uses from your browser or device, but do not set your browser to block third-party cookies, we may reinstall the deleted cookies on a subsequent visit. Some third-party cookies are also part of the services we provide on our Sites. By blocking third-party cookies, you may not be able to take advantage of all the features of our Sites.
– Turning off ad targeting
You may also opt out of the targeting of ads we send to you through our third party advertising partners by reviewing the resources they make available (such as the document How Google Uses Information from Sites or Applications that Use Our Services), or by contacting them through the digital advertising self-regulatory initiatives available in the European Union (Your Online Choices), the United States (Your Advertising Choices), and Canada (Your Advertising Choices). As similar initiatives emerge in other markets, we may update this list from time to time. We encourage you to visit all of these Sites for more information about how each company approaches ad targeting, as well as the lists of companies that are part of them and the options available to users.
Please note: any opt-out of third parties may trigger a third-party cookie to confirm your choice, and deleting third-party cookies from your browser or device may change or remove your choice.