Questions About "Cookies"?
When you visit a CCH web
site, you will be asked to accept "cookies." A
cookie is a small piece of information that a web site
asks your browser to store. This information is used to
make your web browsing experience smoother and more
effective. For example, a cookie can be used to help
retain preferences that you set during your visit to our
important thing to understand about cookies is that they
pose no danger to you. They cannot be used to collect
secret information about you or your computer or to
provide information about you to other companies. We
strongly suggest that you accept cookies from the CCH web
sites. They help us provide you with a more seamless,
personalized, and effective web browsing experience and
assist us in keeping our site compelling and informative.
To accept cookies from a CCH web site:
When the cookie pop-box appears, simply click the checkbox next to "Do not
show this message again" and then click OK.
If you do not want to
accept cookies from any web site, you can set your
you the pop-up warning each time. Please note, however,
that refusing cookies may result in degraded
functionality in CCH's and other Internet products.
To disable cookies for your browser:
In Netscape Communicator
4.x - Select the Edit menu and then Preferences. Click on
"Advanced" in the window on the left. Click on
"Disable cookies." Then unclick "Warn me
before accepting a cookie."
In Microsoft Internet
Explorer 4.x - Select the View menu and then Internet
Options. Click on the Advanced tab. Scroll down and open
"Secuity" and then "Cookies." Select
"Disable all cookie use."