Last modified: August 20, 2018
A cookie is a small file placed onto your device from our servers. They are widely used in order to make websites and cloud-based services work in a better, more efficient way. For example, they can recognize you and remember important information that will make your use of a website or cloud-based service more convenient (e.g., by allowing you to enter a password less frequently or remembering your user preferences).
Taken alone, cookies do not personally identify you – rather, they merely recognize your Web browser. Unless you choose to identify yourself to Daylight Solutions, such as filling out a web form or you have previously identified yourself to us, you remain anonymous.
We use different types of cookies on our Sites to make your interaction with our Sites easy and meaningful – strictly necessary cookies, functionality cookies, analytics cookies, and advertising cookies. The Sites may include first-party cookies (i.e., cookies that send data directly to Daylight Solutions and agents and contractors acting on our behalf, including cookies used to monitor, analyze, and administer the Sites) and third-party cookies (i.e., cookies that send data to our contractors for their commercial use).
Below we describe the different types of cookies we may use on the Sites and our purpose for using them. You have the ability to opt out and limit which cookies apply to your use of our Sites – more information on how to change your browser’s cookie settings are provided in Section 5 below.
In some circumstances, we may work with third parties to provide services on our Sites. For example, we use analytics services supported by third party companies who generate analytics cookies on our behalf. We may not have access to these cookies, although we may use statistical information arising from the cookies provided by these third parties to customize content and for the other purposes described above. These companies may also transfer this information to other parties where required to do so by law, or where such other parties process the information on their behalf.
|SharpSpring||SharpSpring is a marketing automation tool used to track user engagement, support email automation, and facilitate form submission.
|WordPress||WordPress is an open-source content creation tool based on PHP.
|Gravity Forms||Gravity Forms is a WordPress Plugin that is used for contact forms.
|ON24||ON24 is a webinar platform that is designed to create interactive, virtual events.
For more information on Pingdom’s cookie practices, please visit www.pingdom.com/legal/cookie-policy
|Bing||Bing, Microsoft’s search and advertising network, is used by Daylight Solutions for advertising, display ads and retargeting.
For more information on Microsoft’s cookie practices, please visit https://privacy.microsoft.com/en-us/PrivacyStatement
|Facebook is used by Daylight Solutions for advertising, display ads and retargeting.
For more information on Facebook’s cookie practices, please visit www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/
|LinkedIn is used by Daylight Solutions for advertising, display ads and retargeting.
For more information on LinkedIn’s cookie practices, please visit https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy
|Twitter is a social network. Twitter cookies are used to store user preferences.
|Madison Logic||Madison Logic is used by Daylight Solutions for advertising, display ads and retargeting.
For more information on Madison Logic’s cookie practices, please visit https://www.madisonlogic.com/privacy/
You can also learn more about controlling cookies in Section 5 below.
If you want to control the cookies that are placed on your computer or other device, you could view cookies stored on your hard drive, choose whether or not to permit cookies to be set by default by changing browser settings as provided in this Section, or delete the cookies stored on your hard drive.
Please be aware, however, that your decision to control cookies may affect your experience of our Sites – you may not be able to access all or parts of those Sites.
The main Web browsers allow you to change your cookie settings directly through their sites. These settings will typically be found in the ‘options’ or ‘preferences’ menu of your browser. In order to understand these settings, the following links may be helpful; otherwise you should use the ‘Help’ option in your browser for more details.
Link to Change Cookie Settings
For information on how to use the browser of your mobile device to amend cookie settings, you will need to refer to your mobile device manual.
The following third party links contain additional information about cookies and other helpful information on your ability to control what cookies apply to you. Please note, however, that these links will take you to third party sites over which Daylight Solutions has no control:
Link to Site
|www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/index.html||offers comprehensive information on how to amend the settings of a wide variety of browsers, details on how to delete cookies from your computer, and more general information about cookies|
|www.aboutcookies.org||offers comprehensive information on how to amend the settings of a wide variety of browsers, details on how to delete cookies from your computer, and more general information about cookies|
|www.youronlinechoices.com/uk||offers information about third party cookies generated by advertisers and how you can turn these off by going to the Internet Advertising Bureau’s (IAB) consumer site|
|www.networkadvertising.org||offers a comprehensive listing of opt-outs for advertising platforms, however, note that there are many more networks listed on this site than those used by us at DAYLIGHT SOLUTIONS|
“Do Not Track” is a concept that has been promoted by regulatory agencies such as the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), for the Internet industry to develop and implement a mechanism for allowing Internet users to control the tracking of their online activities across websites by using browser settings. Some Web browsers may be configured to send Do Not Track signals to websites, or users may use similar mechanisms, to indicate a user’s preference that certain web technologies not be used to track the user’s online activity. The Sites do not accept or process such Do Not Track signals or similar mechanisms.