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Why do cookies show for a website I have never accessed? 

by on January 14, 2013

Q: Why do cookies show for a website I have never accessed? is it possible my computer is being hacked?

 
 

Will deleting cookies from 2 years ago cause problems? 

by on July 24, 2012

Q: when i run a clean up i us glary i see cookies files from 2 years ago should i delete them or will it mess things up

 
 

When a website says you need to have cookies enabled what exactly does that mean? 

by on June 27, 2012

Q: When a website says you need to have cookies enabled what exactly does that mean? I thought you were supposed to clear cookies. Also, how do you know if cookies are enabled?

 
 

What exactly does disabling cookies on Safari do? 

by on December 15, 2010

Q: If someone could give me a definitive answer to a simple question for computer person but for me a little too complicated.

By disabling the cookies acceptance on Safari, does that mean that websites are unable to see who you are and cannot access your computer?

 
 

Why does a web page show in my cookies when I didn’t go to it? 

by on February 3, 2010

Q: Why does a web page show in my cookies when I didn’t go to it?

 
 

Cookies and privacy 

by on July 2, 2009

Q: Can a private individual spy on another person’s computer using a tracking cookie?

A: A web site might be able to determine some browsing habits of a user using cookies but only if they have a presence on other sites. An example of where this might happen is with advertising companies like Double Click and Google Ads. For more detailed information you should read privacy and third party cookies.

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Can a private individual spy on another person’s computer using a tracking cookie? 

by on May 18, 2009

Q: Can a private individual spy on another person’s computer using a tracking cookie?

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