firstParty element

Important  This feature has been removed from Windows 10 and only minimally supported on previous versions of Windows. See "P3P is no longer supported" for more info.
 

Obsolete. Specifies a privacy policy for first-party cookies.

Usage

<firstParty
  noPolicyDefault = "character_string"
  noRuleDefault = "character_string"
  alwaysAllowSession = "character_string">
  child elements
</firstParty>

Attributes

AttributeTypeRequiredDescription

alwaysAllowSession

character_string

Yes

Cookie action when there is no policy present.

(yes)

Always allow session cookie.

(no)

Do not allow session cookie.

noPolicyDefault

character_string

Yes

Cookie action when there is no policy present.

(accept)

Accept cookie.

(prompt)

Prompt user to accept or deny cookie.

(forceFirstParty)

Leash cookies so they are only sent in first-party context.

(forceSession)

Convert a persistent cookie to a session cookie cookie.

(reject)

Reject cookie.

noRuleDefault

character_string

Yes

Cookie action when there is no rule present.

(accept)

Accept cookie.

(prompt)

Prompt user to accept or deny cookie.

(forceFirstParty)

Leash cookies so they are only sent in first-party context.

(forceSession)

Convert a persistent cookie to a session cookie.

(reject)

Reject cookie.

Child elements

Element

if

Child element sequence

if

Parent elements

Element

p3pCookiePolicy

Examples

The following example shows the syntax for this element.


<firstParty noPolicyDefault="reject" noRuleDefault="accept" alwaysAllowSession="yes">
      <if expr="TEL" action="reject"/>
      <if expr="FIN,CON" action="forceSession"/>
      <if expr="GOV,PUB" action="forceSession"/>
</firstParty>

Element information

Minimum supported system

Windows XP
Can be emptyNo

 

 

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