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Google breaks IE user privacy settings

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  • The article says that Google sends a human-readable response instead of a P3P policy. IE somehow interprets this response rather liberally. It is not at all clear where the fault lies here -- security/privacy software should not interpret a human-readable string containing unparseable tokens as license to go ahead; they should fail safe.

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