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http://www.nytimes.com/idg/IDG_852573C400693880002574B1000C1DB1.html?ref=technology

A privacy advocate applauded the move, calling it a "great step forward," while rival browser builder Mozilla Corp. said it is working to add similar features to a future Firefox.

 

Slated to appear in IE8 Beta 2, which Microsoft's former chairman, Bill Gates, promised will release this month, the three new tools share the "InPrivate" name, which Microsoft filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office several weeks ago.

 

The most intriguing tool, and the one that has prompted the "porn mode" label, was dubbed "InPrivate Browsing" by Microsoft. When enabled, IE8 will not save browsing and searching history, cookies, form data and passwords; it also will automatically clear the browser cache at the end of the session.

 

Other new tools will include "InPrivate Blocking" and "InPrivate Subscription," which notifies users of third-party content that can track browsing history and subscribe to lists of sites to block, respectively. Microsoft will also tweak its existing "Delete Browsing History" by adding an option to preserve bookmarked sites' cookies even when all others are erased.

 

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A privacy advocate applauded the move, calling it a "great step forward," while rival browser builder Mozilla Corp. said it is working to add similar features to a future Firefox.

 

Slated to appear in IE8 Beta 2, which Microsoft's former chairman, Bill Gates, promised will release this month, the three new tools share the "InPrivate" name, which Microsoft filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office several weeks ago.

 

The most intriguing tool, and the one that has prompted the "porn mode" label, was dubbed "InPrivate Browsing" by Microsoft. When enabled, IE8 will not save browsing and searching history, cookies, form data and passwords; it also will automatically clear the browser cache at the end of the session.

 

Other new tools will include "InPrivate Blocking" and "InPrivate Subscription," which notifies users of third-party content that can track browsing history and subscribe to lists of sites to block, respectively. Microsoft will also tweak its existing "Delete Browsing History" by adding an option to preserve bookmarked sites' cookies even when all others are erased.

 

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Well, I can think of a few people who will be extremely pleased to hear about this development...

 

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40972000/jpg/_40972095_king_thumbs_pa203.jpghttp://ickmusic.com/pics/gary.jpghttp://www.chorleycitizen.co.uk/resources/images/294097/?type=display

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http://www.nytimes.com/idg/IDG_852573C400693880002574B1000C1DB1.html?ref=technology

A privacy advocate applauded the move, calling it a "great step forward," while rival browser builder Mozilla Corp. said it is working to add similar features to a future Firefox.

 

Slated to appear in IE8 Beta 2, which Microsoft's former chairman, Bill Gates, promised will release this month, the three new tools share the "InPrivate" name, which Microsoft filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office several weeks ago.

 

The most intriguing tool, and the one that has prompted the "porn mode" label, was dubbed "InPrivate Browsing" by Microsoft. When enabled, IE8 will not save browsing and searching history, cookies, form data and passwords; it also will automatically clear the browser cache at the end of the session.

 

Other new tools will include "InPrivate Blocking" and "InPrivate Subscription," which notifies users of third-party content that can track browsing history and subscribe to lists of sites to block, respectively. Microsoft will also tweak its existing "Delete Browsing History" by adding an option to preserve bookmarked sites' cookies even when all others are erased.

 

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Well, I can think of a few people who will be extremely pleased to hear about this development...

 

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40972000/jpg/_40972095_king_thumbs_pa203.jpghttp://ickmusic.com/pics/gary.jpghttp://www.chorleycitizen.co.uk/resources/images/294097/?type=display

http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/200708/r165214_611907.jpg

 

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http://www.nytimes.com/idg/IDG_852573C400693880002574B1000C1DB1.html?ref=technology

A privacy advocate applauded the move, calling it a "great step forward," while rival browser builder Mozilla Corp. said it is working to add similar features to a future Firefox.

 

Slated to appear in IE8 Beta 2, which Microsoft's former chairman, Bill Gates, promised will release this month, the three new tools share the "InPrivate" name, which Microsoft filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office several weeks ago.

 

The most intriguing tool, and the one that has prompted the "porn mode" label, was dubbed "InPrivate Browsing" by Microsoft. When enabled, IE8 will not save browsing and searching history, cookies, form data and passwords; it also will automatically clear the browser cache at the end of the session.

 

Other new tools will include "InPrivate Blocking" and "InPrivate Subscription," which notifies users of third-party content that can track browsing history and subscribe to lists of sites to block, respectively. Microsoft will also tweak its existing "Delete Browsing History" by adding an option to preserve bookmarked sites' cookies even when all others are erased.

 

:fwap:

 

Well, I can think of a few people who will be extremely pleased to hear about this development...

 

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40972000/jpg/_40972095_king_thumbs_pa203.jpghttp://ickmusic.com/pics/gary.jpghttp://img530.imageshack.us/img530/9012/ss100052xd4.jpghttp://www.chorleycitizen.co.uk/resources/images/294097/?type=display

http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/200708/r165214_611907.jpg

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http://www.nytimes.com/idg/IDG_852573C400693880002574B1000C1DB1.html?ref=technology

A privacy advocate applauded the move, calling it a "great step forward," while rival browser builder Mozilla Corp. said it is working to add similar features to a future Firefox.

 

Slated to appear in IE8 Beta 2, which Microsoft's former chairman, Bill Gates, promised will release this month, the three new tools share the "InPrivate" name, which Microsoft filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office several weeks ago.

 

The most intriguing tool, and the one that has prompted the "porn mode" label, was dubbed "InPrivate Browsing" by Microsoft. When enabled, IE8 will not save browsing and searching history, cookies, form data and passwords; it also will automatically clear the browser cache at the end of the session.

 

Other new tools will include "InPrivate Blocking" and "InPrivate Subscription," which notifies users of third-party content that can track browsing history and subscribe to lists of sites to block, respectively. Microsoft will also tweak its existing "Delete Browsing History" by adding an option to preserve bookmarked sites' cookies even when all others are erased.

 

:fwap:

 

Well, I can think of a few people who will be extremely pleased to hear about this development...

 

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40972000/jpg/_40972095_king_thumbs_pa203.jpghttp://ickmusic.com/pics/gary.jpghttp://img530.imageshack.us/img530/9012/ss100052xd4.jpghttp://www.chorleycitizen.co.uk/resources/images/294097/?type=display

http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/200708/r165214_611907.jpg

 

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A privacy advocate applauded the move, calling it a "great step forward," while rival browser builder Mozilla Corp. said it is working to add similar features to a future Firefox.

 

Slated to appear in IE8 Beta 2, which Microsoft's former chairman, Bill Gates, promised will release this month, the three new tools share the "InPrivate" name, which Microsoft filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office several weeks ago.

 

The most intriguing tool, and the one that has prompted the "porn mode" label, was dubbed "InPrivate Browsing" by Microsoft. When enabled, IE8 will not save browsing and searching history, cookies, form data and passwords; it also will automatically clear the browser cache at the end of the session.

 

Other new tools will include "InPrivate Blocking" and "InPrivate Subscription," which notifies users of third-party content that can track browsing history and subscribe to lists of sites to block, respectively. Microsoft will also tweak its existing "Delete Browsing History" by adding an option to preserve bookmarked sites' cookies even when all others are erased.

 

:fwap:

 

Well, I can think of a few people who will be extremely pleased to hear about this development...

 

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40972000/jpg/_40972095_king_thumbs_pa203.jpghttp://ickmusic.com/pics/gary.jpghttp://www.chorleycitizen.co.uk/resources/images/294097/?type=display

http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/200708/r165214_611907.jpg

 

Is it me or does Glitter look like a wizard?

 

"Run Harry Run!"

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A privacy advocate applauded the move, calling it a "great step forward," while rival browser builder Mozilla Corp. said it is working to add similar features to a future Firefox.

 

Slated to appear in IE8 Beta 2, which Microsoft's former chairman, Bill Gates, promised will release this month, the three new tools share the "InPrivate" name, which Microsoft filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office several weeks ago.

 

The most intriguing tool, and the one that has prompted the "porn mode" label, was dubbed "InPrivate Browsing" by Microsoft. When enabled, IE8 will not save browsing and searching history, cookies, form data and passwords; it also will automatically clear the browser cache at the end of the session.

 

Other new tools will include "InPrivate Blocking" and "InPrivate Subscription," which notifies users of third-party content that can track browsing history and subscribe to lists of sites to block, respectively. Microsoft will also tweak its existing "Delete Browsing History" by adding an option to preserve bookmarked sites' cookies even when all others are erased.

 

:fwap:

 

Well, I can think of a few people who will be extremely pleased to hear about this development...

 

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40972000/jpg/_40972095_king_thumbs_pa203.jpghttp://ickmusic.com/pics/gary.jpghttp://www.chorleycitizen.co.uk/resources/images/294097/?type=display

http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/200708/r165214_611907.jpg

 

Let's keep quoting it :frantic: :frantic: :frantic: :frantic:

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For the record, turning off history and deleting/refusing cookies will be fine for stopping your wife finding out that you've been watching Naughty Swedish Nurses IV, but unsurprisingly will make little difference to teh FBI if you're a paedophile or a terrorist.

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For the record, turning off history and deleting/refusing cookies will be fine for stopping your wife finding out that you've been watching Naughty Swedish Nurses IV, but unsurprisingly will make little difference to teh FBI if you're a paedophile or a terrorist.

 

Ooohhhh, no need to be so defensive BlueStar!  :iamatwat:

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http://www.nytimes.com/idg/IDG_852573C400693880002574B1000C1DB1.html?ref=technology

A privacy advocate applauded the move, calling it a "great step forward," while rival browser builder Mozilla Corp. said it is working to add similar features to a future Firefox.

 

Slated to appear in IE8 Beta 2, which Microsoft's former chairman, Bill Gates, promised will release this month, the three new tools share the "InPrivate" name, which Microsoft filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office several weeks ago.

 

The most intriguing tool, and the one that has prompted the "porn mode" label, was dubbed "InPrivate Browsing" by Microsoft. When enabled, IE8 will not save browsing and searching history, cookies, form data and passwords; it also will automatically clear the browser cache at the end of the session.

 

Other new tools will include "InPrivate Blocking" and "InPrivate Subscription," which notifies users of third-party content that can track browsing history and subscribe to lists of sites to block, respectively. Microsoft will also tweak its existing "Delete Browsing History" by adding an option to preserve bookmarked sites' cookies even when all others are erased.

 

:fwap:

 

Well, I can think of a few people who will be extremely pleased to hear about this development...

 

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40972000/jpg/_40972095_king_thumbs_pa203.jpghttp://ickmusic.com/pics/gary.jpghttp://img530.imageshack.us/img530/9012/ss100052xd4.jpghttp://www.chorleycitizen.co.uk/resources/images/294097/?type=display

http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/200708/r165214_611907.jpg

 

Why did you add a picture of OJ Simpson? ???

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For the record, turning off history and deleting/refusing cookies will be fine for stopping your wife finding out that you've been watching Naughty Swedish Nurses IV, but unsurprisingly will make little difference to teh FBI if you're a paedophile or a terrorist.

 

Ooohhhh, no need to be so defensive BlueStar!  :iamatwat:

 

Just letting you know in case you thought it was a green light to go and subscribe to jailbaitjazzmags.com  :razz:

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For the record, turning off history and deleting/refusing cookies will be fine for stopping your wife finding out that you've been watching Naughty Swedish Nurses IV, but unsurprisingly will make little difference to teh FBI if you're a paedophile or a terrorist.

 

Ooohhhh, no need to be so defensive BlueStar!  :iamatwat:

 

Just letting you know in case you thought it was a green light to go and subscribe to jailbaitjazzmags.com  :razz:

 

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*GM sneaks off and checks whether that URL actually works or not*

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http://www.nytimes.com/idg/IDG_852573C400693880002574B1000C1DB1.html?ref=technology

A privacy advocate applauded the move, calling it a "great step forward," while rival browser builder Mozilla Corp. said it is working to add similar features to a future Firefox.

 

Slated to appear in IE8 Beta 2, which Microsoft's former chairman, Bill Gates, promised will release this month, the three new tools share the "InPrivate" name, which Microsoft filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office several weeks ago.

 

The most intriguing tool, and the one that has prompted the "porn mode" label, was dubbed "InPrivate Browsing" by Microsoft. When enabled, IE8 will not save browsing and searching history, cookies, form data and passwords; it also will automatically clear the browser cache at the end of the session.

 

Other new tools will include "InPrivate Blocking" and "InPrivate Subscription," which notifies users of third-party content that can track browsing history and subscribe to lists of sites to block, respectively. Microsoft will also tweak its existing "Delete Browsing History" by adding an option to preserve bookmarked sites' cookies even when all others are erased.

 

:fwap:

 

Well, I can think of a few people who will be extremely pleased to hear about this development...

 

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40972000/jpg/_40972095_king_thumbs_pa203.jpghttp://ickmusic.com/pics/gary.jpghttp://www.chorleycitizen.co.uk/resources/images/294097/?type=display

http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/200708/r165214_611907.jpg

 

Is Glitter knocking one out?Perhaps he's watching the last Grange Hill.

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http://www.nytimes.com/idg/IDG_852573C400693880002574B1000C1DB1.html?ref=technology

A privacy advocate applauded the move, calling it a "great step forward," while rival browser builder Mozilla Corp. said it is working to add similar features to a future Firefox.

 

Slated to appear in IE8 Beta 2, which Microsoft's former chairman, Bill Gates, promised will release this month, the three new tools share the "InPrivate" name, which Microsoft filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office several weeks ago.

 

The most intriguing tool, and the one that has prompted the "porn mode" label, was dubbed "InPrivate Browsing" by Microsoft. When enabled, IE8 will not save browsing and searching history, cookies, form data and passwords; it also will automatically clear the browser cache at the end of the session.

 

Other new tools will include "InPrivate Blocking" and "InPrivate Subscription," which notifies users of third-party content that can track browsing history and subscribe to lists of sites to block, respectively. Microsoft will also tweak its existing "Delete Browsing History" by adding an option to preserve bookmarked sites' cookies even when all others are erased.

 

:fwap:

 

Well, I can think of a few people who will be extremely pleased to hear about this development...

 

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40972000/jpg/_40972095_king_thumbs_pa203.jpghttp://ickmusic.com/pics/gary.jpghttp://www.chorleycitizen.co.uk/resources/images/294097/?type=display

http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/200708/r165214_611907.jpg

 

Is Glitter knocking one out?Perhaps he's watching the last Grange Hill.

 

What?

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This is awesome

Hate the fact i have to type all new passwords in and stuff after clearing all

 

What browser do you use?

 

You should be able to keep your password data and get rid of your cache and browsing history at the same time.

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This is awesome

Hate the fact i have to type all new passwords in and stuff after clearing all

 

What browser do you use?

 

You should be able to keep your password data and get rid of your cache and browsing history at the same time.

Firefox, i never know what to delete so just delete all.

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This is awesome

Hate the fact i have to type all new passwords in and stuff after clearing all

What browser do you use?

 

You should be able to keep your password data and get rid of your cache and browsing history at the same time.

Firefox, i never know what to delete so just delete all.

 

Just leave saved password box unchecked.

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