By in Persona Paper

Do you keep track of your tracking cookies? When you open your browser to any particular site you get cookies.

I like cookies when they are chocolate chip and I have milk to wash it all down!

Yea. right. I've heard this joke before. But really have you checked out what a tracking cookie is?

To further understand what these tracking cookies are, you have to do a *Google search.

1. type in the following: you will get :

2. Then if you type in the following: what is serving-sys cookie? I see a listing for Microsoft Answers at the following URL:

is cookie danger? I see a message at the top of that reads: *quote-"By using this site you agree to the use of cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads."-end quote*

So even *Microsoft uses cookies for analysis. or what is termed 'analytics.'

Sometimes I just want to know stuff.

what does tom have to say about TRACKING COOKIES?

Lifehacker says stuff bad about tracking cookies here.

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grandma20121 wrote on January 12, 2016, 1:05 PM

i am not too good with these type of thing but i always thought cookie tracking was not so good

cmoneyspinner wrote on January 12, 2016, 1:13 PM

I like cookies with milk, but I'm more of an Oreo fan. :) With respect to those other cookies you're talking about? I don't understand them. All I know is that when I visit certain sites they let me know in advance that they use cookies and I can leave the site before I even visit there. I missed out on learning the Internet and related technology. All I know is sometimes when I visit Persona Paper, the pages load within in a reasonable time and on other days like today, the gray hairs on my head start accumulating while I wait for the pages to load. Plugin problems I think. I use Firefox to view PP because when I try to go there with Chrome, something screwy always happens.

wolfgirl569 wrote on January 12, 2016, 2:16 PM

I dont really like them but know they are becoming a part of the internet world

DWDavisRSL wrote on January 12, 2016, 6:20 PM

Tracking cookies are bad but anyone who thinks anything they do on the web isn't being tracked, analyzed, and used for someone's money making purposes is only fooling themselves.