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Table 6-1. (continued) Privacy Setting
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The low setting accepts all first-party cookies. Third-party cookies are restricted from sites that do not have a compact privacy statement. Third-party cookies that use personally identifiable information are allowed without your implicit consent, but the cookies are deleted when you close Internet Explorer. All new cookies are allowed and Web sites can read existing cookies that they generated in the past.
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To select one of the preconfigured privacy settings, move the slider to the desired position. However, you can also click the Import button to import a privacy policy from another computer, and you can configure some exceptions by clicking the Advanced button.
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Configuring Advanced Privacy Options
Clicking the Advanced button on the Privacy tab of the Internet Options dialog box displays the Advanced Privacy Settings dialog box, as you can see in Figure 6-12. This dialog box allows you to override how cookies are handled for the Internet zone.
Figure 6-12. You can use the Advanced Privacy Settings dialog box to override automatic cookie handling.
Once you select Override Automatic Cookie Handling, you can choose Accept, Block, or Prompt for all first-party cookies and for all third-party cookies. You can also choose Always Allow Session Cookies (which are always deleted when you leave the site). Should you use this advanced dialog box That all depends on your needs. For some users, the automatic cookie handling settings do not provide the desired support. In this case, you can override these settings and choose how you want to
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handle all first- and third-party cookies at all sites regardless of their compact privacy statement policies. Because these settings override the compact privacy statement and apply to all Web sites, the settings tend to be more uniform. But they also tend to be more problematic because the Block option prevents you from using cookies entirely, and the Prompt option can seriously hinder Web browsing because so many prompts appear. In terms of the Always Allow Session Cookies option, you should typically allow session cookies to be generated so that the Web site can identify your interaction with the site while you are there. Session cookies are typically harmless, and you might find that Web surfing is hindered without them. If you like, you can try changing these advanced settings and see how they work for you. If you want to see how often cookies are used, try the Prompt settings, and you ll find out just how many cookies are used when browsing the Internet! The Prompt action also offers a treasure trove of third-party cookies that you ll encounter on many sites due to their repetitive advertising on those sites. You can then specify these URLs individually to block just their cookies, as described in the next paragraph. If you don t choose Override Automatic Cookie Handling, you can still override the privacy settings for specific Web sites you specify. For example, suppose there is a site you regularly visit that contains first- and third-party cookies. However, the site does not have a compact privacy policy, and suppose that your usual privacy settings prohibit first-party cookies from sites with no compact privacy policy. Rather than changing the privacy policy for all your Web surfing, you can simply create an exception for the particular Web site by following these steps:
1 On the Privacy tab, click the Edit button to open the Per Site Privacy Actions
dialog box, which is shown in Figure 6-13.
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Figure 6-13. Use the Per Site Privacy Actions dialog box to override the current privacy policy for Web sites you list here.
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2 Enter the URL of the Web site in the Address Of Web Site box, and then click
the Block or Allow button. Choosing Block always blocks the URL s cookies, and Allow always allows its cookies.
3 Web sites that you have blocked or allowed appear in the Managed Web Sites
list. To remove an item on this list, select it, and click the Remove button.
Managing Cookies
There are two other actions you can perform concerning cookies. If you are curious, you can open and read the information contained in any of the cookies Internet Explorer has stored. Just follow these steps:
1 In Internet Explorer, choose Tools, Internet Options. 2 On the General tab under Temporary Internet Files, click the Settings button. 3 In the Settings dialog box, shown in Figure 6-14, click the View Files button.
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