Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

The Jellyvision Lab, Inc. (hereinafter “Jellyvision”) knows that you care how information about you is used and shared, and we appreciate your trust that we will do so carefully and sensibly. This notice describes our privacy policy for visitors to; your use of Jellyvision’s software is subject to separate agreement(s). By visiting, you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Policy.

How do we collect information?

This site collects as little information about you as it can. Limiting our data collection is good for you, it’s good for us, and it makes our lawyers grin, in a good way.

What are some examples of information we collect about you? We’re tickled you asked. First off, there’s the information you voluntarily enter directly into our site, such as the information you type into forms like a registration form or when you send us feedback. Or that handy chat window. Then there’s the lovely “contact us” page. We’re especially proud of that one. All this information we collect from you is used to help us serve you better.

There’s also the information that computers automatically collect, such as your IP address. If IP addresses weren’t so stinking helpful in those cases where people try to hack us, we probably wouldn’t even collect them. But we do.

What about cookies and other ways of tracking me?

This website uses cookies and other tracking methods to see how people generally use our website. We call this “anonymous aggregated data to analyze web activity.” We use it to find out useful information like which pages are more popular than others. It helps us to fine tune our website so that you have a better experience.

We use third party services for marketing and tracking. While we do our best to limit the use of these services, they do collect the information necessary to allow us to best assist you and optimize our website.

How secure is information about you?

Jellyvision uses 128-bit or better encryption over what our savvy engineers call Transport Layer Security. This protects the information flowing into and out of our website so that others won’t be able to see what you are doing. It also protects both you and us by preventing others from changing the information we are sending you, or changing the information you are sending us. That would be awkward.

What choices do I have?

You can choose not to give us the information, or stop visiting our website at any time. You can also opt out of receiving future marketing communications from Jellyvision, or adjust their frequency, by updating your subscription preferences with us.

What information will Jellyvision never ask for?

Jellyvision will never request sensitive information such as a social security number, a Personal Identification Number (PIN) from a bank or credit card, or a driver’s license number. We also don’t ask for a home phone number or address.

How we use and disclose the information you provide

We are committed to providing you with the best possible user experience and, therefore, one of the key uses of your personal information is to communicate with you. By providing your personal information, you consent to us contacting you. We use email communication to inform you of helpful new ways for using our tools, announce improvements to our software, inform you of other products we offer, or inform you of special offers specifically related to products that may be of interest. We may also contact you by email for research purposes so that we can continually improve and update our website, products, and our software based on your input. We do not share the information you provide to third parties for direct marketing purposes without your approval.


HEY KIDS! Please don’t give us any information about yourself. You’ll need to ask your parents to do that for you. Thanks! does not sell products for purchase by children. If you are under 18, you may use only with the involvement of a parent or guardian.

California Privacy Rights and Do Not Track Disclosures

Under California law, California residents who have an established business relationship with us may choose to opt out of the disclosure of personal information about them to third parties for such third parties’ direct marketing purposes. Our policy is not to disclose personal information collected online to a third party for direct marketing purposes without your approval. If you choose to opt out at any time after granting approval, email

California law also requires us to tell you how Jellyvision responds to Do Not Track (“DNT”) signals from your web browser. When DNT is enabled, a user’s web browser sends a signal to websites visited by the user to indicate that the user does not want to be tracked. While Jellyvision honors your privacy and choices, no common standard for DNT has been adopted by the technology industry or regulators, including no consistent standard of interpreting user intent. Therefore, Jellyvision does not respond to or take any action with respect to a DNT signal sent from your web browser.

Jellyvision’s software is intended for users in the United States.

Jellyvision’s software is intended to provide benefits communication for employers and employees based in the United States.

Conditions of use, notices, and revisions

If you choose to visit, your visit and any dispute over privacy is subject to this Privacy Policy and our conditions of use, including limitations on damages, dispute resolution, and application of the law of the state of Illinois. If you have any concern about privacy at, please email us at

Our business changes constantly, and our Privacy Policy will change also. We may email periodic reminders of our notices and conditions, unless you have instructed us not to, but you should check our website frequently to see recent changes. Unless stated otherwise, our current Privacy Policy applies to all information that we have about you. We stand behind the promises we make, however, and will never materially change our policies and practices to make them less protective of customer information collected in the past without the consent of affected customers.

Last updated: May 25, 2018