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Microsoft mulls ‘persistence’ changes to Internet Explorer

Microsoft Corp. is looking at altering the next version of its Internet Explorer browser to allow users to more easily disable the software’s “persistence” feature, which lets Web sites gather some information about Internet usage and identify return visitors even if they’ve turned off Explorer’s ability to accept Internet cookies. (09/15/00)

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