Internet Explorer®: Block Third-party Cookies


Uploaded on May 15, 2012 by iYogivideos

If you are looking for steps to block third-party cookies in Internet Explorer®, you can follow the steps demonstrated here. A “Cookie” is a piece of information that a Web server sends to the browser to be saved on the user’s hard drive. Furthermore, you should be aware of the existence of things like third party cookies, which are used by advertisers for tracking your web browsing activities. In case you feel that you are being stalked, you can block these third party cookies from your web browser itself.If you need help in resolving any other tech issues just call iYogi at 1-877-524-9644 if you are calling from the US or Canada. But, in case, you are calling from the UK, call us on 0-800-635-0761.

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