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how-to block ads

You wouldn't want to have to reenter your password for each page request, right? Well, the cookie your browser provides connects each request back to your user account.

The contents of the cookie are simply a unique but random number (it contains no personal details at all). This random number connects you to your identity at the site.

The cookie is not harmful to your PC or your privacy. If you do not wish to be anonymous, then a cookie is the small price to pay!

If you get other cookies from visiting DSLR, they might be from ISP logos (the ISP hosts their own LOGO graphic), or it might come from members including graphics that link back to another website in their messages.

A cookie-management application is recommended if you really want to keep your cookies carefully!

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last modified: 2007-08-25 08:40:51