Google ‘thwarts’ Internet Explorer privacy settings

Microsoft: Google thwarted Internet Explorer privacy settings

Microsoft is alleging that Google has been sidestepping Internet Explorer privacy controls designed to prevent third-party websites from tracking users’ browsing habits. Writing on a company blog on Monday, Dean Hachamovitch, Microsoft corporate vice president in charge of the software maker’s Internet Explorer web browser, claimed Google exploited a loophole in the Platform for Privacy Preferences, or P3P. It’s a protocol used by Internet Explorer that asks a website for its privacy policy, which is provided in a coded form understood by the web browser. Sites that have a policy of tracking visitors, done by way of small files called “cookies” installed on users’ computers, are blocked from doing so. In order to fool the…

Wednesday Weather Girl: Mini

Wednesday Weather Girl: Mini

Today is so warm.Lucky day with Mini! Check out behind-the-scenes photos of the girls and the rest of the new, improved Weather Girls on their Facebook page. Watch more Weather Girls forecasts for the US and Taiwan on Next TV.