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IE 6: data protection more transparent

IE 6: data protection more transparent

In the new Internet Explorer 6, data protection is improved by the fact that it supports P3P (Platform for Privacy Preferences Project). With P3P it is possible for the user to determine which data should be stored in cookies.

There are 5 different security levels, from 'little', where all data is stored in cookies, to 'a lot', which do not accept cookies. The default is 'medium'. With this security setting, access to non-P3P compliant pages is denied.

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