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Do not track ...

Post: # 140102Post simmetrichnyi
Wed Aug 08, 2012 6:50 pm

My ass ... Damnit ... :mrgreen:

Apparently Microsoft will keep the "Do not track" option as default enabled in their IE10 ... I kinda like that very much ... But I still don't like IE, not even IE10 ...

In Chrome I use which I can recommend.

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Post: # 140103Post rapier57
Wed Aug 08, 2012 7:51 pm

I likes my Firefox. Do not track, no scripts, no ads, no Flash, etc. And, no sneaky, "Well, we really didn't mean do not track _everything_!"

Jayne: Testing. Testing. Captain, can you hear me?
Mal: I'm standing right here.
Jayne: You're coming through good and loud.
Mal: 'Cause I'm standing right here.


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