Cookie Policy

Last Updated: February 23, 2017
Effective: March 23, 2017

To further promote transparency about our data collection practices, we have created this Cookie Policy. Cookies are helpful tools for both websites and website visitors. However, because they can track your behavior and preferences as you surf the web, it’s important for us you understand what they are and how we use them, so you can make an informed decision.


What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files placed on your web browser or device by a website to uniquely identify you as a visitor. Cookies enable websites to remember your actions and preferences (like login and language) over a period of time, so you don’t have to keep re-entering them whenever you come back to the site or browse from one page to another.

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How we use cookies

We use cookies in several ways, all of which are aimed to enhance the performance of our Services’ sites. For example, we use them to: track how you use our site; make our site work better; learn how you got to our site, and where you go when you leave; as well as to understand whether and how Inflection (our Services) ads drive users to our site. Our cookies are only used for these purposes.

When you visit our Service’s site, two types of cookies are stored on your browser:

  • First-party cookies, which Inflection places on your browser to help us ensure functionality, site performance, analytics, and optimization. We don’t use these cookies for advertising or for tracking purposes.
  • Third-party cookies, which our service providers place in your browser to provide us with a variety of services that may include advertising, analytics, and tracking.

To help you understand more about the types of cookies we use and their category use, please see our cookie tables for Identity.com and GoodHire.com below.

Cookies on Identity.com

Name of Cookie Type and Purpose of Cookie
Google Analytics Analytics. These cookies help us understand how users interact with our site, in order to optimize and improve our services. For example, they tell us about our web traffic and web usage (like the number of visitors we have to our site, and the number of page views), as well as the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns. These cookies also help us to to identify and fix errors, and prevent fraud and abuse.
New Relic
Sift Science
Trustev
Wistia
DoubleClick Advertising. We use these cookies to help deliver relevant ads to you, understand how you interacted with an ad, improve the quality of our ads, as well as to measure the performance and reach of our ads.
Seals and Certifications

Our site has been certified by a number of organizations for our compliance with various privacy, security, and business standards. The seals that we include for these certifications sometimes use “weak eTags”, which can show up if you are using an ad-tracking and/or ad-blocking software.

These tags are not being used for our tracking purposes, but are needed for the functionality of these seals. Seals with such functionality come from various organizations, such as TRUSTe and the Better Business Bureau (BBB.org).

Cookies on GoodHire.com

Name of Cookie Type and Purpose of Cookie
Bombora Analytics. These cookies help us understand how users interact with our site, in order to optimize and improve our services. For example, they tell us about our web traffic and web usage (like the number of visitors we have to our site, and the number of page views), as well as the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns. These cookies also help us to to identify and fix errors, and prevent fraud and abuse.
Crazy Egg
Google Analytics
Inspectlet
Leadin
Mixpanel
New Relic
Optimizely
Wistia
MixPanel
AppNexus
Hubspot Forms
KissInsights
Facebook Custom Audience Advertising. We use these cookies to help deliver relevant ads to you, understand how you interacted with an ad, improve the quality of our ads, as well as to measure the performance and reach of our ads.
Google (including: Double Click, AdWords, and Dynamic Remarketing)
HubSpot
Lotame
Facebook Connect

Social Media. We use social media integrations, widgets, and plug-ins, so that you can share information from our site on other social media platforms. These may include integrations with the Google+ Platform, Facebook Connect and Facebook Social Plugins, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.

Please note that these tools may use their own cookies and analytics. Your interactions with these widgets are governed by the privacy policies of those companies, not by our site’s privacy policy. We may also use pixel tags from these companies to better analyze our marketing efficacy on their sites.

Seals and Certifications

Our site has been certified by a number of organizations for our compliance with various privacy, security, and business standards. The seals that we include for these certifications sometimes use “weak eTags”, which can show up if you are using an ad-tracking and/or ad-blocking software.

These tags are not being used for our tracking purposes, but are needed for the functionality of these seals. Seals with such functionality come from various organizations, such as TRUSTe and the Better Business Bureau (BBB.org).

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How to control your cookies

You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish – for details, see aboutcookies.org. You can delete all cookies that are already on your computer and you can set most browsers to prevent them from being placed. If you do this, however, you may have to manually adjust some preferences every time you visit a site and some services and features may not work.

For easy steps on how to control and/or delete your cookies collected by your browser, please consult the following links:

To learn more about targeting and advertising cookies and how to can opt out, please consult the following links:

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