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When Internet Explorer blocks or restricts a cookie, it displays this icon on your status bar. (Choose View, Status Bar, if your status bar is not visible.)
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To find out what cookie was blocked and why, double-click this icon. You will see the site s Privacy Report dialog box, which will indicate which cookies were blocked or restricted. To learn more about why a cookie was blocked or restricted, double-click it in the Privacy Report dialog box. To read the privacy report for any site, and to find out whether or not Internet Explorer has blocked or restricted cookies from that site, choose Page, Webpage Privacy Policy. Figure 27-9 shows part of the Privacy Report dialog box for the Microsoft Encarta website (http://encarta.msn.com). Note that several cookies have been served and that all of them have been accepted that is, they have met the privacy specifications for this user. If a cookie had been rejected, the word Blocked would have appeared in the Cookies column. You can limit the dialog box to show only the names of sites with blocked cookies by selecting Restricted Websites from the Show list.
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Figure 27-9 A site s priacy report proides information about all parties contributing content to that site. Double-click a site URL to read its priacy policy (if any).
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Double-clicking the entry for the first accepted cookie in this example reveals the privacy statement for Microsoft Corporation, shown in Figure 27-10.
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Figure 27-10 This Priacy Policy dialog box shows the priacy policy for an accepted cookie.
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If, after reading a site s privacy statement (or discovering that it doesn t have one that conforms to the P3P standard), you decide that you want to block or accept all cookies from that site, regardless of the privacy setting that you have chosen in the Internet Options dialog box, select either Always Allow This Site To Use Cookies or Never Allow This Site To Use Cookies in the site s Privacy Policy dialog box.
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You can also specify per-site privacy settings by clicking Sites on the Privacy tab of the Internet Options dialog box. The Per Site Privacy Actions dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 27-11 on the next page. To allow or block all cookies from a site, enter the site s address and then click Allow or Block. As you add settings for individual sites, the sites will be listed in the Managed Websites portion of the dialog box.
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Figure 27-11 The Per Site Priacy Actions dialog box lists all sites that you designate to be exceptions to your priacy policy.
Dispensing with Automatic Cookie Handling
If you want, you can tell Internet Explorer to forget about privacy settings assigned on a site-by-site basis and institute uniform policies for all first-party and all third-party cookies regardless of their sites of origin. For example, you can tell Internet Explorer to accept all first-party cookies and to issue a prompt for all third-party cookies (allowing you to block or accept third-party cookies on a case-by-case basis). To override automatic cookie handling, click Advanced on the Privacy tab of the Internet Options dialog box. The Advanced Privacy Settings dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 27-12.
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Figure 27-12 Clicking Adanced on the Priacy tab of the Internet Options dialog box lets you institute uniform policies for all first-party and third-party cookies.
Asking Internet Explorer to prompt you for all third-party cookies is an excellent way to learn which of the sites you visit regularly rely on third-party cookies. After a few days experience with this setting, you can return to automatic cookie handling and tell Internet Explorer to always block cookies from any particularly troublesome third parties that you notice.
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Per-site settings trump advanced settings . If you decide to block either first-party or third-party cookies (or both) through the Advanced Privacy Settings dialog box, be sure to remove any per-site settings that allow cookies . Otherwise, the sites to which you gave carte blanche earlier will continue to drop cookies on your plate . To do this, click Edit on the Privacy tab of the Internet Options dialog box . Select specific sites, and click Remove, or simply click Remove All .
Advanced settings don t affect cookies already stored on your computer. Be sure to delete existing cookies for sites that you want to block (or be prompted for). Otherwise, those sites will continue to read your current cookie data. (You might want to back up those cookies before deleting them just in case you find that a site doesn t work without its cookies.)
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