Cookies are data files that are sometimes sent by web sites/servers to a visitor's web browser. Cookies can contain any kind of information, even personal or sensitive data, which is why privacy groups are up-in-arms over them.
Learn how to enable and disable browser cookies in Internet Explorer and Netscape.
Many of the dangers of cookies can be avoided by making cookies files read-only. Here's how.
A collection of cookies related standards, news, and resources, from a privacy perspective. By Electronic Privacy Information Center.
Learn exactly how Internet cookies work, see an example, and understand what all the media uproar is about.
Article about a security hole in Microsoft IE which lets anyone see your cookies.
More than half of the internet's top websites use a little known capability of Adobe's Flash plug-in to track users and store information about them. Super Cookies.
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