A cookie is a small
amount of data, which often includes an
anonymous unique identifier, that is sent to
your browser from a web site's computers and
stored on your computer's hard drive.
Each web site can send
its own cookie to your browser if your
browser's preferences allow it, but (to
protect your privacy) your browser only
permits a web site to access the cookies it
has already sent to you, not the cookies
sent to you by other sites.
- You can configure
your browser to accept all cookies,
reject all cookies, or notify you when a
cookie is set. (Each browser is
different, so check the "Help"
menu of your browser to learn how to
change your cookie preferences.)
- If you reject all
cookies, you will not be able to use iSOCS
products or services that require you to
"sign in," and you may not be
able to take full advantage of all
offerings. However, many iSOCS products
and services do not require that you
iSOCS uses its own
cookies for a number of purposes, including
- Access your
information when you "sign
in," so that we can provide you
with customized content, such as My iSOCS.
- Keep track of
preferences you specify while you are
using iSOCS' services -- for example,
the local zip code you want to use in iSOCS
- Estimate and report
our total audience size and traffic.
- Conduct research to
improve iSOCS' content and services.
- Require you to
re-enter your iSOCS password after a
certain period of time has elapsed to
protect you against others accidentally
accessing your account contents.