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Old 01-23-2005, 01:01 AM   #1
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HOWTO: Add cokies with p3p Internet Explorer privacy policy

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I implemented a system at my website which redirects you to a page that shows an initial ad, once every 24 hours.

However, since it's based on sessions (and therefore, cookies), the page doesn't works with the HIGH Privacy Setting of Internet Explorer.

In this case, a cookie with the value of PHPSESSION is stored, how can I store it with a privacy policy so that my Window$ users will be happy?



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