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Information about Privacy on Pandora
Why does Pandora need my Postal / Zip Code, Gender, and Birth Year?
I entered my birthdate, but can't register for a Pandora account. Why?
What does Pandora do with my information?
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The free version of Pandora is supported by advertisements, and we want to be able to show the most relevant ads to our listeners.
We use the three pieces of demographic information you provide at registration -- age, gender, and zip code -- to personalize advertising on Pandora. This means we may pass anonymized age, gender or zip code information to our ad-serving partners so they can personalize the ads you see. Please note, however, that our advertisers never know who they are serving such ads to -- merely that it is an anonymous person of a particular age, gender, and/or location.
TIP: When registering for a Pandora account, be sure to enter just your Birth Year (i.e: 1975) - Not your full birthdate
Due to federal privacy requirements, we cannot allow children under the age of thirteen to open or have their own accounts for the Pandora service in the United States.
In Australia, children must be 15 or older and New Zealand, children must be 13 or older.
Pandora will never use your email address to send unsolicited messages, nor do we sell your personal information for marketing purposes. The only email we send is our opt-in "Inside The Genome" newsletter. However you cannot opt out of service- related emails.
On a computer:
- Click your email address in the top right corner.
- Go to > Settings > Notices.
- Uncheck Send me personalized recommendations and tips.
- Go to Settings > Notices.
- Uncheck the boxes next to the notices you no longer wish to receive.
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