How can I turn off cookies when I go to a site? I don't want to clear them from memory, I would rather be warned when entering a site, respond no, then move on.
This question was answered on September 13, 1999. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.
Most Internet browsers will give you the option to block cookies or give you a warning when you encounter one
To change these settings in Microsoft Internet Explorer, you go to the VIEW\INTERNET OPTIONS menu and click on the Advanced tab In the list, look for "cookies" and then choose "ask before accepting".
With Netscape, you will change these settings by going to the EDIT\PREFERENCES menu and clicking on advanced Look for "Warn me before accepting a cookie".
A good site to visit if you want to know ANYTHING and EVERYTHING about cookies is:
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Posted by Ken Colburn of Data Doctors on September 13, 1999