DAISY Consortium Privacy Policy

At the DAISY Consortium we are committed to the protection and management of any personal identifiable information that you share with us. This Privacy Policy outlines the care and respect with which we treat your personal identifiable information.

You may visit the DAISY Consortium websites without identifying yourself or providing any personal information about yourself. Some parts of our sites contain information which is accessible only to registered users, Members and Friends of the DAISY Consortium, or other individuals or groups who are working with us. If you choose to register with one of our sites you may be asked to submit information to allow us to communicate with you, which may include first name, last name, physical address, email address, or other contact information.

All identifiable information you choose to submit is kept confidential unless you explicitly agree for it to be published, for example by submitting membership service or product details to allow them to be promoted.

Third Parties

We do not sell or exchange personally identifiable information with any third parties.


Like most sites on the internet, DAISY Consortium websites use cookies, small pieces of information stored on your computer which help in the effective delivery of services which contain no personal information at all. We use Google Analytics to help us improve our websites by anonymously tracking how people navigate the sites, as well as helping to identify any navigation problems which might occur. Similar cookies are sometimes used when we embed material from external services or host content on other sites, including videos from YouTube, questionnaires from SurveyMonkey, or development work on GitHub.

To learn more about Cookies and how to adjust your web browser settings visit

Newsletters and Email Lists

We operate a variety of newsletters and email lists which all function on an opt-in basis and contain a link at the bottom of every message allowing users to unsubscribe at any time. Some of our projects and working groups operate email discussion lists to coordinate and communicate their work. Individuals signing up to one of these discussion lists agree to receive email from other people in the group, and messages sent to the group will share the email address of the sender to others in the group. Members of the group are not permitted to share or reuse the contact details of other group members for any other purposes.

Software and Services

Some DAISY software and services offer the option to return anonymous usage data, which can help us identify issues and focus development activities on most beneficial areas.

Your Consent

By using this website, you consent to the terms of our Privacy Policy. If the Privacy Policy changes, the changes will be posted to our website.