Google says IE privacy policy is impractical in modern Web

    Date21 Feb 2012
    CategoryPrivacy
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    Posted ByDave Wreski
    Microsoft's privacy protection feature in Internet Explorer, known as P3P, is impractical to comply with while providing modern web functionality such as cookie-based features, Google said Monday in response to an accusation from Microsoft that Google had bypassed privacy protections in Internet Explorer. Google is already facing allegations that the company circumvented privacy settings in Apple's Safari browser to plant cookies on users.
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