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Privacy Overviews and Tutorials

This section lists overview articles describing privacy features in Windows Internet Explorer. Privacy in Internet Explorer, a comprehensive overview, is the best place to start learning about the privacy features of Internet Explorer.

Overview/Tutorial

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How to Create a Customized Privacy Import File

Customized privacy settings can be imported into Internet Explorer using the XML syntax described in this overview.

How to Deploy P3P Privacy Policies on Your Web Site

This overview explains the steps to take when deploying a Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) privacy scheme on a Web site beginning with the Web site's natural language privacy policy. The examples are oversimplified and used only to illustrate the steps to deployment. For details on content, vocabulary, and structure of P3P privacy policies and alternate deployment options, see the Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) specification.

Internet Explorer Privacy Feature FAQ

Internet Explorer privacy features require Web sites to deploy compact policies with their cookies as defined in the P3P specification. This specification is currently under consideration as a standard by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The following questions and answers address privacy in Internet Explorer from the viewpoint of the Web site. Consult the W3C: Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) Project specification for complete details on implementing privacy policies.

Privacy in Internet Explorer

To successfully use cookies, the privacy features of Internet Explorer require XML Web services to deploy compact policies, as defined by the P3P developed by the World Wide Web Consortium.

 

Related topics

W3C: Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) Project
Tracking Protection

 

 

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