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California Consumer Protection Act Applicant Notice
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Candidate/Applicant Notice:

This California Consumer Protection Act applicant notice (“notice”) describes the categories of personal information that Strava, Inc and Strava Ltd (“Strava,” “we,” “us”) collects about California residents who apply, are referred, or recruited for a job with us (“you”), and the purposes for which we use that information.

Information We Collect About You

As your prospective employer we may collect the following categories of information about you:

Personal identifiers such as your real name, athlete ID, Internet Protocol address, email address, and other similar identifiers.

Educational information, such as your school, degree, candidate status, and degree completion dates

Employment-related and professional history, such as your resume, application, professional references, previous employers and tenure, professional licensures, start date, and offer salary

Characteristics of protected classifications under California and federal law, such as your race, ethnicity, gender and sexual identity, if you volunteer to provide such information.

Your interactions with Strava’s consumer services, which includes its websites, APIs, mobile applications, and our other covered services is governed by our general Privacy Policy.

Sources of Information

Strava collects personal information directly from you when you apply for a job and throughout your recruitment process. Providing personal information to us is voluntary.

Other Sources: We may also collect your personal information from other sources and combine it with the information you provide us. For example, we may collect your personal information from:

How we use Candidate Information:

Contact Us:  For questions or concerns about Strava privacy practices, please contact us at: dpo@strava.com.