Is everyone like this? It looks like I'm going to be forced to write a letter to a few exectuives at Hotmail and Yahoo!, and now I have more to complain about than cookies.
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Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2003 4:16 PM
Subject: Re: Feedback - General Privacy Feedback (KMM65941782V70164L0KM)
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Original Message Follows:
Subject: General Privacy Feedback
Type your feedback here:
I was going to join a Yahoo! list, but
I have my Internet Explorer privacy
set to Medium High, which blocks third
party cookies that do not have a
compact privacy statement and third
party cookies that use personally
identifiable information without my
I suggest you make the necessary
changes to allow people with my
setting to access Yahoo! Lists.