The privacy of our website’s visitors is important to us. We are two moms who will not obtain, use, or sell your private information such as name, phone number, mailing address, without your consent. Here, we’d like to tell you about the information that is received when you visit Sleeps5, or click an advertisement or link from one of our affiliates, and how it is used.
1. Visitor Log Files
Like most websites, we use tracking data to learn about where our visitors are from, which of our pages is most frequently viewed, what types of devices (desktop, tablet, mobile) or browsers (Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari) are used most often, and which times of the year our visitors seek hotel or travel information. This information helps us tailor our content and navigation systems according to what our visitors need.
Information in the log files includes:
Internet Protocol addresses (IP)
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
City and Country
Date and Time
Entry and Exit pages, and paths between pages on Sleeps5
Referring website (Google, another website link, search engine, etc.)
A ‘cookie’ is a line of text in your computer’s browser folder that includes the Sleeps5 name and a unique user number for you. A cookie does not gather or reveal any other information. Not your name, not your gender, not your email or mailing address, not your phone number, and not your browser history or passwords.
If you wish to disable cookies, do so through your web browser options.
3. Email address
We do not publish, share, or sell email addresses or names.
Sleeps5 provides lists and links to hotels for families, and assistance for the adult family travel planner. We do not knowingly collect or solicit Personally Identifiable Information from or about children under 13 except as permitted by law. If we discover we have received any information from a child under 13 in violation of this policy, we will delete that information immediately. If you believe Sleeps5 has any information from or about anyone under 13, please contact us.
7. Changes to this policy
Last Updated: August 2015