Here's a really short document outlining how we handle your privacy.
Last updated September 10, 2020
We use three cookies for the functionality of www.remote.io. These cookies are as follows:
A cookie named "ed"
Cookie either does not exist or has a value of "off".
This cookie is not obscured in any form so that you may easily investigate it yourself.
The purpose of this cookie is to prevent the Job Alerts email from displaying if you've closed it or already signed up for alerts.
Two cookies named "_pk_id" and "_pk_ses"
Used as analytics session identifiers.
We use our own analytics platform to make sure our traffic data is not shared with third-party companies.
We do not collect personally identifiable information with our analytics platform.
We anonymize the last octet of your IP address for your privacy. For example, if your IP address were 192.168.1.23, we would randomize the last section, 23, to make sure your exact IP address is not stored.
Our job listing portal uses an additional two cookies to keep your logged in and prevent session hijacking (known as cross-site scripting) as well as a cookie placed by Stripe, our payment processor.
Personal Information Collection
www.remote.io collects your email address (when provided to the opt-in form) for the sole purpose of sending you emails of new job listings. We do not sell or share your information with any person or company outside of our own organization. You may stop receiving these alerts by unsubscribing via the link at the bottom of our emails.
Our job listing portal collects the bare minimum information to facilitate a sales transaction as well as information you would like publicly displayed on job postings. The publicly displayed information can be deleted at any time from within the portal by deleting the job listing. The remaining information would be strictly related to the sales order.
For more information or to request a full purge of your information, you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org from the related email address. Please include "GDPR" in the subject line so your request is appropriately routed.
Third-Party Information Collection
CloudFlare, the Content Delivery Network hosting our DNS and website, uses two cookies. They are "__cfduid" and "__zlcmid". They do not contain any personally identifiable information but are essentially used to determine if a user is a malicious bot or a real person. More info can be found here.