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Re: Association of Parasites upset about 'do-not-track' default
Ghostery finds those but it doesn't detect either Atlas or Omiture at that Microsoft test page (on Fx4) but that is because Proxo has blocked them and gobbled up most of the web bugs also. Ghostery gets the leftovers Proxo doesn't get.
That Microsoft test page tells me how to enable private browsing in Fx. I know how to do that! But private browsing is worthless because the price for it is way too high. You have no History when you do that and in Fx it screws up my superior cookie settings also so I won't ever do it. History is extremely important and Fx keeps History, as of Fx 4, for as long as is possible given the amount of RAM you have. That is wonderful...no expiring history...well, on my current computer it won't expire for about two years because I am limited in the amount of RAM that the motherboard will support. On a new computer, I will have enough RAM that history will never expire. Why does no tracking mean no history? They should not be tied together like that! Nor should cookie management be tied to no tracking either. STUPID. So, I use Proxo and Ghostery instead of worthless "private" browsing.
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