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What Cookies Do We Use?
Cookies served through EveryDayCares.com are either created by us (“First-Party Cookies”) or are created by an independent technology provider (“Third-Party Cookies”). EveryDayCares.com serves a variety of First-Party Cookies to power it’s content. We use some First-Party Cookies to enable the core features (“Strictly-Necessary Cookies”). These Strictly-Necessary Cookies are served by EveryDayCares.com and will not be used for targeting or advertising purposes. You cannot opt-out of these cookies.
Here are the Third-Party Cookies served through our website, including the vendor who serves them, their purpose, and how you can manage them.
Targeting: We use targeting cookies, sometimes called “advertising cookies”, to provide our users and website visitors with more relevant content based on their browsing history and interests. Targeting cookies also help us measure the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns.
Google AdWords, Google Dynamic Remarketing, DoubleClick Floodlight and DoubleClick Ad Exchange-Buyer: We use Google AdWords to helps us target search engine marketing to users of the Google search engine. Google Dynamic Remarketing and all DoubleClick cookies help us track how users interact with our website to help us target ads on other websites. More information about Google cookies, including how they are used and how you can opt out, can be found here. You can directly opt out of Google Ad personalization at the following link.
LinkedIn Ads: LinkedIn Ads helps us track how users interact with our website and enables us to target ads on LinkedIn. More information about LinkedIn Ads cookies can be found here.
Facebook Custom Audience: Facebook Custom Audience helps us track how users interact with our website and enables us to target ads on Facebook. More information about Facebook Custom Audience cookies can be found here.
Twitter Conversion Tracking, Twitter Analytics: Twitter cookies help us track how users interact with our website and enables us to target ads on Twitter. More information about Twitter cookies, including information on how you can opt-out, can be found here.
Analytics: Analytics cookies, sometimes referred to as “performance cookies”, collect information about how people interact with our website. EveryDayCares uses this information to measure site performance and improve our services.
Google Analytics: We use Google Analytics to track usage and performance of everydaycares.com. More information about Google cookies, including how they are used and how you can opt out, can be found here You can directly opt out of Google Ad personalization at the following link.
Other Tracking Technologies: We also collect information through our use of cookie-like technologies to improve our offerings.
We may use Local Shared Objects (“LSOs”), sometimes known as “flash cookies”, and HTML5 web storage to collect and store information. We do this to provide certain features on our website. Third parties with whom we partner may also use LSOs in order to provide certain features on our website or to display advertising based upon your web browsing activity. Various browsers may offer management tools for removing LSOs and HTML5 web storage. You can visit the following link to learn more about “flash cookies” and to manage your Adobe Global Storage Settings. You can block and delete HTML5 web storage by following the browser specific cookie management steps set out below in “Cookie Choices and How to Opt Out”.
We may collect information using web beacons (also known as tracking pixels). Web beacons are electronic images that help us deliver cookies and gather usage and performance data like visits counts and user interaction with our services. We also track and use the Internet Protocol (“IP”) Address of our website users primarily for security and regulatory purposes.
Cookie Choices and How to Opt Out
Most web browsers accept cookies by default. You can usually set your preferences to remove cookies, reject cookies, or prompt you before accepting a cookie. Disabling a cookie or category of cookie does not delete the cookie from your device, you will need to do this yourself from within your browser. Browser specific information may be found at the following links:
- Mozilla Firefox Cookie opt-out
- Safari Cookie desktop browser opt-out; iOS
- Chrome Cookie desktop browser opt-out; Android; iOS
- Internet Explorer Cookie opt-out
- Microsoft Edge Cookie opt-out
Some mobile devices allow you to manage what cookies are served. See the following for instructions for several common operating systems:
iOS (interest based advertising) – In the device Settings, select Privacy and then toggle on Limit Ad Tracking
Android (interest based advertising) – Open Google Settings, click on Ads, and then toggle on Opt out of Ads Personalization
More information about mobile cookie and targeted advertising opt-outs can be found at the following Network Advertising Initiative webpage. You may also opt out of interest-based advertising from third-party partners by visiting the third-party cookie provider’s website, or instead by using country specific self-regulatory tools like the following:
Please note that opting out will only prevent targeted ads. You may continue to see generic, non-targeted ads after you opt out. Further, if you have disabled one or more targeting cookies, we may still use information collected from targeting cookies prior to your disabled preference being set. However, we will stop using the disabled cookie to collect any further information.
Do Not Track (DNT)
Some browsers offer a “do not track” (“DNT”) option. We do not respond to DNT signals because no common industry or legal standard for DNT has been established or adopted. We will make efforts to continue to monitor developments around DNT browser technology.
Any questions, comments or suggestions about this Cookie Notice should be addressed to [email protected]