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Challis Hodge <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 27 Mar 2000 09:57:23 -0600
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At 01:31 PM 3/26/00 -0500, Barry Caplan wrote:

>>This isn't a bad idea, except that for the users who turn cookies off (which
>>the media is urging users to do more and more),
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>
>I have seen no such stories in the media. any pointers?
>
>Realistically, it is impossible to browse w/o cookies, how long before
>people would give up? Anyone have pointers on that to share?

Has anyone looked at the security software packages designed to filter,
limit, and control cookies on individual PCs? I recall seeing a couple of
products claiming to do this but I haven't heard much about them lately.

-challis

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