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There are two types of cookies: ‘1st Party cookies’ which are from the website you 'asked' to visit. They are for the most part harmless, if you are NOT browsing within the Adult Area of the Internet. Then you have ‘3rd Party cookies’: These are the ones that follow you around the Internet and create a profile of you and your habits.

For those who know better and actually care about privacy / security block 3rd Party cookies. This simple step prevents them from getting on your computer in the first place. Because of the unregulated nature of this spying you can never be certain about how safe 3rd Party cookies really are, and / or who is leveraging the information they 'phone home' with.

We recommend you actually Block All Cookies Before Visiting any Adult Website or Any Directory with Adult Content on it. It only takes a few seconds to Block All Cookies you can then unblock them again just as easily when you browse non adult websites like social networking websites etc.

So the advice is:

When browsing in the Adult Area of the Intenet:

Block all cookies (1st Party cookies and 3rd Party cookies) before browsing in the adult area of the Internet …Most Scams, TROJANS, SPYWARE and CYBERCRIME tend to be born / emanate from the adult area of the Internet.

When browsing in other areas of the Internet:

Allow 1st Party cookies but Block 3rd Party cookies when visiting all other websites that will help stop advertising companies and others gathering information about you and your habits using TRACKING COOKIES. The functionality of the website you visit should work fine with 1st Party cookies allowed but with 3rd Party cookies blocked. If a particular website does not work (with 1st Party cookies allowed but with 3rd Party cookies / TRACKING COOKIES blocked) then it may be time to ask some searching questions about that website and its owners credibility.

Because of legislation being introduced by a number of governments most browsers have by default (in their terms and conditions) made you opt-in to excepting 3rd Party cookies. I wonder why that is?

There are a number of ways to block and control cookies depending on the particular browser and version you use. However most start by going to’ tools’ and are then normally reasonably easy to follow. You will see some examples below:

INTERNET EXPLORER: Tools>Internet options>Privacy ...Select "Advanced" then check the box saying "Override Automatic cookie handling" then under the heading "First Party cookies" select "block" then do the same under the heading "Third Party cookies" click "OK" then just close everthing.

Note:
if you are visiting the non adult area of the Internet you can just block Third Party cookies to help stop advertising companies and others gathering information about you and your habits.


FIREFOX: Tools> Options> Privacy> Under the heading Tracking check the box "Tell web sites I do not want to be tracked" Under the heading "History" drop menu set to "use custom settings for history"> check the box "Permanent Private Browsing Mode" If you want to block all cookies make sure all boxes below the box "Permanent Private Browsing Mode" are all unchecked. Then click OK

The above should always be used when browsing in the Adult Area of the Internet.

Below can be used when browsing Other Areas of the Internet

If you want to accept cookies from websites you ask to visit do as above but check the box "Accept cookies from sites" but Very Importantly Un-Check "Accept third-party cookies". Then click OK ...You will then be only blocking the 3rd Party cookies that may track you around the Internet.


CHROME> Click the Spanner or Wrench icon you see on the browser toolbar.
Select Options (Preferences on Mac and Linux; Settings on a Chromebook).
Click the Under the Bonnet or Under the Hood tab.
Click Content settings in the "Privacy" section.
Click the Cookies tab in the Content Settings dialogue that appears:

At this point if you are browsing in the Adult Area of the Internet we recommend the following settings:
Un-check "Allow local data to be set"
Un-check "Allow local data to be set for the current session only"
Check "Block sites from setting any data"
Check "Block third-party cookies from being set"
Check "Clear cookies and other site and plug-in data when I close my browser"

Further down the page you will see the heading "Location"
Check "Do not allow any site to track my physical location"
You are all done so now close tab / close the page


If you are browsing in the Non Adult Area of the Internet we recommend the following settings:
Check "Allow local data to be set (recommended)"
Check "Allow local data to be set for the current session only"
Un-Check "Block sites from setting any data"
Check "Block third-party cookies from being set"
Check "Clear cookies and other site and plug-in data when I close my browser"

Remember you can change your settings back to the settings you use for Adult browsing very easily at any time. Once you have done it a few times it will become second nature to you plus you will stay safe.


One last point:
Remember the even 1st Party cookies Can Track You but it is considered lesser risk if it placed by a website you actually asked to visit and is NOT a website within the Adult Area of the Internet

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