Privacy Policy – Day Finders has compiled this Privacy Policy page to better serve our website users who have a question about how their “Personally Identifiable Information” (PII) is being used online. For this purpose, please read our privacy policy carefully to get a proper comprehension of how we gather, use, protect or safely handle your Personal Information.

What type of Personal Data we collect and When?

When subscribing to our Newsletter, you might be approached to enter your name and email address. We collect this information and safely put this in our secure record for confirming your registration to our website.

How do we use your Personal Information?

We hold all your information securely in our database. We may use the information from you when you register, subscribe to our newsletter, or respond to a market survey. We use this information for the benefit of user experience and:

  • To enhance your personal online experience with us and to allow us to deliver the type of content in which you are interested. We may also do this for improving our website structure to better serve you.
  • To enable us to more readily support you in reacting to your client administration demands.
  • To send weekly or daily messages and emails regarding new post notifications, promotional messages, and newsletter.
  • To answer your online queries

How would we secure your Information?

We just use your given email address for notifying you with latest Calendar Holidays and Events. We never request for passwords or credit card information.

To ensure our user’s security, we use regular Website Virus and Malware scanning services and handle all the details on our secure Web-Servers.

Your data is contained secured verified systems and is accessible only by the administrators of this website who have access rights to such frameworks and are required to keep the data confidential. Moreover, all data you provide is encoded by means of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.

Cookies Policy

Yes, we do use Cookies.

Cookies are files that a website or the service provider exchanges to your PC’s hard drive through your internet browser (if you permit) that enables the website or service provider to understand your browser and gather certain data.

For example, these cookies help us understand your preferences based on current or past site activity, which empowers the site administrations to provide with improved online service and friendly user experience. Cookies also help us get data on website traffic and site interaction so we can provide a better experience and install better tools for the betterment of both the site and the user.

We use cookies to:

  • Understand the user’s preferences and use the data to better serve the users
  • Monitor live advertisements on your website
  • Gather data on site traffic

You have complete control over the access of cookies. You can either allow them or turn them off through your browser settings. Disabling cookies may downgrade your online experience, and some features of the site may not function properly.

Third Party Disclosure

We don’t sell, exchange, or transfer your data to third parties. This does exclude site hosting partners who help us in operating our site, so long as those hosting partners consent to keep our site’s users data private. We may likewise release information when it’s is fitting to conform to the law or ensure our own or others’ rights, safety or property.

Third Party Links

Our website posts may contain links to third-party websites like Wikipedia, BBC, or the Guardian. These are third party websites and have their own privacy policy and terms of usage. We in this manner have no responsibility for the content and online activities of these third-party linked sites. Regardless, we try to ensure the credibility of our site and honestly welcome user feedback about these external site links.

Advertising Policy

DayFinders uses Google Adsense Advertising. Google, as a third party merchant, uses browser cookies to serve advertisements on our site. Google’s DART Cookie enables the advertising platform to serve ads to our website users and other sites on the web.

We, alongside Google, may also use first-party cookies (such as Google Analytics Cookies) to collect information regarding bounce rate, user’s interaction with the site, data on ad clicks and impressions, and traffic analytics.

Different Networks

Sometimes, we could opt for other advertising or affiliate networks, to provide their advertising services on your site. These are third-party sites, who have their own privacy policies and cookie tracking mechanisms.

California Online Privacy Protection Act

We consent to the following practices set by (CaIOPPA):

Do Not Track Signals

Honoring our user’s choice, we respect the Do Not Track Signals and don’t track cookies or use advertisements when a Do Not Track Signal is set up.

COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)

With regards to the collection of individual data from children younger than 13 years of age, the (COPPA) places guardians in charge. The Federal Trade Commission, US’s customer protection agency, implements the COPPA Principle, which explains what administrators of sites and online administrations must do to secure youngsters’ protection and safety on the web. We don’t explicitly market to kids younger than 13 years of age.

Fair Data Practices

The Fair Data Practices Standards structure the foundation of security law in the US and the ideas they include have assumed a huge job in the improvement of data protection laws around the world. Understanding the Fair Data Practice and how they must be executed is basic to agree to the different security laws that ensure the protection of individual data.

So as to be in accordance with Data Information Practices we will make the accompanying responsive move, should an information breach happen, we will tell you by means of email inside 7 business days. We additionally consent to the Individual Redress Principle which necessitates that people reserve the privilege to legitimately seek after enforceable rights against information gatherers and processors who neglect to cling to the law. This rule requires not just that people have enforceable rights against data users, yet also the individuals have a plan of action to courts or government offices to investigate or potentially indict rebelliousness by information processors.

The law also expresses that we can store cookies on your device if they are strictly essential for the smooth operation of this site. For every other sort of cookies, we need your consent.


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In case of any concerns or queries, contact our support team.

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