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Internet Explorer 6 provides a collection of settings that can restrict and control cookies. These settings, when effectively used, can help safeguard your personal information and allow you to use sites that manage cookies in an appropriate manner. Previous versions of Internet Explorer allowed you to block all cookies or be prompted each time to accept them, but the use of these features is really impractical. You cannot even log on to some Web sites if you block all cookies, and cookies are used so much that being prompted constantly to accept this and that cookie can drive you crazy. Internet Explorer 6 supports a standard called the Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P), which enables Internet Explorer to inspect cookies, determine how they will be used, and then decide what to do about them. The feature is not perfect, and the standard
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2: Internet Networking
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6: Using Internet Explorer Advanced Features
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is still evolving and being adopted by Web sites, but it is a big step forward in handling online privacy. Before taking a look at your configuration options, let s first define a few important terms and concepts:
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G Compact privacy statement. A compact privacy statement describes how
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cookies are used on the site and the lifetime that a particular cookie is used. When you access a Web site, the compact privacy statement is contained in the HTTP header of the Web site, and Internet Explorer can read the compact privacy statement when you first access the site. The compact privacy statement works well, but it s up to individual sites to provide the statement and honestly tell you their privacy policy. Many Web sites on the Internet do not currently provide a compact privacy statement, so the real-world benefit of compact privacy statements is still limited.
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G First-party cookie. A first-party cookie is a cookie that is generated and
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used by the site you are currently viewing. For example, if you go to www.microsoft.com, cookies from www.microsoft.com are first-party cookies. First-party cookies contain information about you and your browser, and are commonly used to tailor site content to your needs.
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G Third-party cookie. A third-party cookie originates from a site other than
the site you are currently accessing, such as a banner ad or an advertisement that appears on the site you re visiting. Third-party cookies can be a problem because you do not really know who is using them or what they will do with the personal information contained in the cookie.
G Session cookie. A session cookie is generated during a single session with a
Web site and is deleted once the session has ended. In many cases, you cannot use a Web site unless a session cookie can be generated. Session cookies, because they re deleted when you leave the site, are generally safe and useful. They perform tasks such as keeping track of items in your shopping cart while you re shopping on a site.
G Implicit and explicit consent. Implicit consent means that you have not
blocked a site from using a cookie. In other words, you have not granted permission, but you have not denied it either. On the other hand, explicit consent means that you have chosen to allow a Web site to use or gain personal information about you.
Understanding Privacy Settings
Now that you have taken a look at some basic definitions that privacy settings use, you can turn your attention to configuring privacy settings that work best for you. In Internet Explorer 6, choose Tools, Internet Options, and then select the Privacy tab, which is shown in Figure 6-11 on the next page.
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Figure 6-11. The Privacy tab enables you to configure how cookies are handled with the Web sites you visit.
As you can see in Figure 6-11, the Privacy tab has a slider that enables you to select a desired privacy setting. The available standard privacy setting options are described in Table 6-1. Table 6-1. Privacy Settings for Handling Cookies and What They Do Privacy Setting Action
Block All Cookies High All cookies are blocked. Web sites cannot generate any new cookies, and no existing cookies can be read. Cookies that use personally identifiable information cannot be generated without your explicit consent. Web sites that do not have a compact privacy statement cannot generate cookies. First-party cookies that use personally identifiable information are blocked without your implicit consent. Cookies are blocked from third-party Web sites that do not have a compact privacy statement. Also, third-party cookies that use personally identifiable information are blocked without your explicit consent. First-party cookies that use personally identifiable information without your implicit consent are allowed, but they are deleted when you close Internet Explorer. Thirdparty cookies that use personally identifiable information without your implicit consent are blocked as well as third-party cookies that do not have a compact privacy statement. The medium setting is the default Internet Explorer setting.
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