Your privacy is important to 1stKIOSK. This statement
discloses the information practices for 1stKIOSK Web sites,
including what type of information is gathered and tracked,
how the information is used, and with whom the information
We have implemented these practices for the 1stKIOSK Home
Page (www.1stKIOSK.com). We have instructed our web-masters
to include information on these privacy practices wherever
personal information is collected on a 1stKIOSK website
To return to the 1stKIOSK site, please use the "Back"
button on your browser.
In general, you can visit 1stKIOSK on the Web without
telling us who you are and without revealing any
information about yourself. There are times, however, when
we or our partners may need information from you.
You may choose to give us personal information, such as
your name and address or e-mail id that may be needed, for
example, to correspond with you, to process an order or to
provide you with a subscription. It is our intent to let
you know how we will use such information before we collect
it from you on the Internet. We provide this information
through the YOUR PRIVACY link, which is presented wherever
personal information is collected. If you tell us that you
do not want us to use this information as a basis for
further contact with you, we will respect your wishes.
Information security and quality
We intend to protect the quality and integrity of your
personally identifiable information. We have implemented
appropriate technical and organizational measures, such as
using encryption for transmission of credit card numbers,
to help us keep your information secure, accurate, current,
We will make a sincere effort to respond in a timely manner
to your requests to correct inaccuracies in your personal
information. To correct inaccuracies in your personal
information please return the message containing the
inaccuracies to the sender with details of the correction
Cookies, web beacons and other technologies
We sometimes collect anonymous information from visits to
our sites to help us provide better customer service. For
example, we keep track of the domains from which people
visit and we also measure visitor activity on 1stKIOSK web
sites, but we do so in ways that keep the information
anonymous. This anonymous information is sometimes known as
"clickstream data." 1stKIOSK or its analytic vendors may
use this data to analyze trends and statistics and to help
us provide better customer service.
Also, when we collect personal data from you in connection
with a transaction we may extract some information about
that transaction in an anonymous format and combine it with
other anonymous information such as clickstream data. This
anonymous information is used and analyzed only at an
aggregate level to help us understand trends and patterns.
None of this information is reviewed at an individual
level. If you do not want your transaction details used in
this manner, you can either disable your cookies or opt-out
at the order or request page.
We collect the anonymous information we mentioned in the
previous paragraphs through the use of various
technologies, including one called "cookies". A cookie is
an element of data that a Web site can send to your
browser, which may then be stored on your system. Some
party vendors, or other technologies to better serve you
when you return to the site. You can set your browser to
notify you before you receive a cookie, giving you the
chance to decide whether to accept it. You can also set
your browser to turn off cookies. If you do so, however,
some areas of some sites may not function properly.
Some 1stKIOSK Web sites also use Web beacon technologies to
better tailor those sites to provide better customer
service. These "Web beacons" are placed on a number of
pages across 1stKIOSK's Web sites. When a visitor accesses
these pages, an anonymous notice of that visit is generated
which may be processed by us or by our vendors. These Web
beacons work in conjunction with cookies. If you don't want
to associate your anonymous cookie information with your
visits to these pages, you can set your browser to turn off
If you turn off cookies, web beacon technologies will still
detect anonymous visits to these pages, but the notices
they generate cannot be associated with other anonymous
cookie information and are disregarded.
For more information, please see "How to work with
1stKIOSK may use certain companies who collect and use
information about customers to help us better understand
the offers, promotions, and types of advertising that are
most appealing to our customers. The information they
collect is aggregated so it is not identifiable to a
specific individual. If, however, you would prefer that
these companies not collect information from your
experience, please visit the PrivacyChoices and follow the
Personalized URL link
On occasion, 1stKIOSK presents a personalized URL (link)
that brings the visitor to a personalized Web page. Such a
personal URL is readily identifiable and by clicking on
that link and going to a personal Web page you are agreeing
to let 1stKIOSK collect information about your session
visits. We use this information to help us provide you with
information that matches your interests. If you do not wish
information to be used in this way, simply do not click on
such personalized URLs.
While few, if any, of 1stKIOSK's Web sites are directed
towards children, we are committed to comply with
applicable laws and requirements, such as the United
States' Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
Technology will increasingly help you to have more control
over your personal information. It will also help
organizations to manage their privacy practices and
policies. As an information technology provider, 1stKIOSK
actively supports the development of privacy technologies
to help achieve these goals, and to help create greater
trust and confidence in the way personal information is
handled. Products and services are available which can help
give you privacy protection while navigating the Web. See
for an overview of many privacy-related tools.
Please note that 1stKIOSK has not formally evaluated all of
The 1stKIOSK sites may contain links to other Web Sites.
Notification of Changes
This privacy statement was last updated on June 1, 2002. A
notice will be posted on our web site home page for 30 days
whenever this privacy statement is changed.
Questions regarding this statement
Questions regarding this statement should be directed to
the 1stKIOSK site coordinator (privacy@1stKIOSK.com) for
clarification or at
Customer Information Privacy Practices
24307 Magic Mountain Parkway, #245
Valencia, CA 91355 USA
How to Work With Cookies
Cookies can be used to provide you with tailored
information from a Web site. A cookie is an element of data
that a Web site can send to your browser, which may then
that we can better serve you when you return to our site.
You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a
cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether to accept
it. Here is how to set your cookie preferences:
Netscape Navigator 3: In the Options menu, select Network
Preferences. In Network Preferences, click on the Protocols
tab and there you may choose to be warned before accepting
Netscape Navigator 4.x: In the Edit menu, select
Preferences. In the Preferences dialog box, in the left
side menu, click on 'Advanced' and 4 options concerning
cookies will appear on the lower right. Choose Help for
You can find more information about cookies and Netscape on
the Netscape Web site.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x: In the view menu, select
Options. Click on the Advanced tab and scroll down to a
yellow triangle icon with an exclamation point labeled
'Cookies' where you have 3 options.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x: MSIE allows you to set
options for each of four security zones: Internet; Local
Intranet; Trusted Sites; Untrusted Sites. For each of these
zones, you can choose whether to accept, reject, or be
prompted for all persistent cookies, and all session
cookies. To get to the option screen, choose
"Tools/Internet Options", then select the Security tab.
Then, for each of the zones, choose "Custom Level", and
scroll down in the options screen to "Cookies".
Other browsers: Contact the manufacturer of the browser for
Privacy and Web Security