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Adjusting Your Cookie Security Policy
Figure 20-2: Clearing browser data in Internet Explorer 10 is easier
than ever.
The difference between good and bad cookies is how they are issued. If you
go to, the web server issues your browser a first-party cookie. That
cookie contains harmless user session data so the web server knows whether
you are logged in. The cookies that have the potential to be abused are called
third-party cookies because they are not issued by the web server you are
visiting, but rather by a third-party. These cookies are common among online
advertising programs such as Google AdSense. The privacy concern that can
make them bad cookies depends on what the advertising company does with
them. With a third-party cookie, it is technically possible for Google to monitor
which websites you visit and then deliver advertisements that are relevant to
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