When your web browser or email application
requests a web page or email from another
computer on the Internet, it automatically
gives that computer the address where it
should send the information. This is called
your computer's "IP address." (IP
stands for "Internet protocol.")
For most users accessing the Internet from a
dial-up Internet service provider (ISP), the
IP address will be different every time you
Information Collection and Use
- iSOCS receives IP addresses from all
users because this information is
automatically reported by your browser
each time you view a web page.
- Your IP address may also be stored in
our user registration databases when you
register with iSOCS.
- IP addresses may be used for various
purposes, including to:
- Diagnose service or technology
problems reported by our users or
engineers that are associated with
the IP addresses controlled by a
specific web company or ISP.
- Send the most appropriate
advertising based on geographic area
or information derived from your IP
address. Many IP addresses are
commonly associated with Internet
service providers, universities, or
major corporations in specific
regions or localities. Aggregate
information derived from IP
addresses may also be reported to
- Estimate the total number of users
visiting iSOCS from specific
countries or regions of the world.
- When a iSOCS web page is requested and
viewed, that request is logged on our
servers with information including the
IP address of the computer that
requested the page.
If you are interested
in learning more about our system, please contact
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