Software Crumbles Unwanted Cookies

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Engage Inc., Andover, MA, announced last week an enhanced specification of its TrustLabels privacy solution.


The tool alerts consumers to the presence of uncertified third-party cookies on Web sites and allows them to reject the cookies based on the site's privacy policy.


Engage has submitted the TrustLabels standard to the Internet Engineering Task Force and is advocating its implementation into Web browsers.
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