|Re: Mossberg: Tracking Cookies are Spyware|
Mon, 18 Jul 2005 19:20:56 -0600
I've set my browser to request confirmation of every (new)|
cookie. I've taken to looking at the date the cookie expires. If it's
'this session' or within a day, and it's from the site* I'm trying to
use, then I accept, otherwise into the bit bucket.
And, I do see repeated requests and the comment helps explain
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: The way some web sites are getting
I can understand, but not agree with, cookies that expire within a year.
* or some similar name, again programmers or maybe marketeers have run
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