Privacy

1. Stop Google tracking

In Internet explorer:

Must see what this add-on provides:

Look for “Stop Google tracking” at this page:

http://www.iegallery.com/da-dk/addons?callback=true&featuretype=2

As described in this blog post, Google is currently circumventing the privacy preferences of Internet Explorer users. By default, IE blocks third-party cookies unless the site presents a P3P Compact Policy Statement indicating how the site will use the cookie and that the site’s use does not include tracking the user. Google’s P3P policy causes Internet Explorer to accept Google’s cookies even though the policy does not state Google’s intent.

Read more here:

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ie/archive/2012/02/20/google-bypassing-user-privacy-settings.aspx

 

This is how the filter looks like, http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/Browser/p3p/google.txt:

msFilterList
: Expires=1
# Blocks 3rd-party Google tracking
# Last Modified: 11/07/2013
#
-d news.google.com
-d youtube.com
- apis.google.com/*plusone*
-d plus.google.com
-d googleadservices.com
-d googletagservices.com
-d googlesyndication.com
-d googleadservices.com
-d google-analytics.com
-d doubleclick.net
-d doubleclick.com
- http://google.*/api/sclk?
- http://google.*/client_204?
- http://google.*/gen204?
- google.com*/lh/ajaxlog?
- google.com*/uds/stats?
- google.com*/bin/stats?
- google.com*/log?
- google.com*/buzz

 

 

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