Posts Tagged ‘tracking protection lists’

Privacy Initiative to Release Three Internet Explorer 9 Tracking Protection Lists

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

If this actually works the way that it’s supposed to work, it could be an incredibly helpful tool for those of us who are concerned about online privacy …

One of the new features that Microsoft introduced in their Internet Explorer 9 browser was support for so called Tracking Protection Lists. These lists can be installed in the browser to add protection against tracking, and as a side effect many forms of advertisement. A list of common TPLs is available at the Internet Explorer Test Drive website where they can be installed with just two clicks of the mouse.

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Internet Explorer 9 Tracking Protection Lists

Monday, February 14th, 2011

If you don’t enjoy being “cyber-stalked” by the web sites you visit, you might find this to be a useful tip …

Tracking protection is a new security and privacy feature that Microsoft has integrated into the release candidate of Internet Explorer 9. It will be available in the release version of the browser as well.

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