Differences Between Google and Yahoo Privacy Policies

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Differences between Google and Yahoo Privacy Policies
Yahoo Privacy Policies
INFORMATION COLLECTION AND USE
General

Yahoo! collects personal information when you register with Yahoo!, when you use Yahoo! products or services, when you visit Yahoo! pages or the pages of certain Yahoo! partners, and when you enter promotions or sweepstakes. Yahoo! may combine information about you that we have with information we obtain from business partners or other companies. When you register we ask for information such as your name, email address, birth date, gender, ZIP code, occupation, industry, and personal interests. For some financial products and services we might also ask for your address, Social Security number, and information about your assets. When you register with Yahoo! and sign in to our services, you are not anonymous to us. Yahoo! collects information about your transactions with us and with some of our business partners, including information about your use of financial products and services that we offer. Yahoo! automatically receives and records information from your computer and browser, including your IP address, Yahoo! cookie information, software and hardware attributes, and the page you request. Yahoo! uses information for the following general purposes: to customize the advertising and content you see, fulfill your requests for products and services, improve our services, contact you, conduct research, and provide anonymous reporting for internal and external clients. Children

When a child under age 13 attempts to register with Yahoo!, we ask the child to have a parent or guardian to create a Yahoo! Family Account to obtain parental permission. Yahoo! does not contact children under age 13 about special offers or for marketing purposes without a parent's permission. Yahoo! does not ask a child under age 13 for more personal information, as a condition of participation, than is reasonably necessary to participate in a given activity or...
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