My Yahoo!7 is your own personalized version of Yahoo!7. In order to use My Yahoo!7 you must be a registered Yahoo!7 user. You can personalize many aspects of My Yahoo!7 including the layout and content you want to see on your page.
Information Collection and Use Practices
- My Yahoo!7 is initially created based on some of the information that you provided during registration. For example, if you checked that you are interested in sports, then we may include a Team News module on your My Yahoo!7 Page. You can change the content and layout of your My Yahoo!7 page at any time by clicking on the "Content" or "Layout" buttons in the top left-hand side of the page.
- We've created a greeting for you using either your first name or your Yahoo!7 ID. To change how My Yahoo!7 greets you, click on the "Options" link on the top right-hand side of the page. In the text box, enter the greeting you would like My Yahoo!7 to display.
- We have a feedback form for you to send us your comments and suggestions regarding My Yahoo!7. This form asks for your name and email address, but only your email address is required. The email address your provide may be used to contact you regarding the feedback that you have provided, but it will not be used for any marketing purposes.
- You can choose to sign into your Yahoo!7 account to view personalized headlines from your My Yahoo!7.
- If you enter a search term, a browser window is opened to Yahoo!7 Search.
Practices Regarding Your Ability to Update or Delete Information
- You can edit or delete your My Yahoo!7 preferences by clicking on the appropriate "Edit" or Personalization buttons.
- When you use My Yahoo!7, you are subject to the Yahoo!7 Terms of Service.
- Please see My Yahoo!7 Help if you have questions about this service.
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