ThistleWeb wrote:The way I look at it, is the more obnoxious and underhanded sites try to be, the more determined I am to thwart them and will cut them no slack at all.
Over in the Windows world, there's a program called CCleaner. One of the features of CCleaner is that you can select cookies to keep that won't be removed when you execute the cleaning process, thus preserving your preferred cookies while deleting all the unwanted add-ware cookies that get installed every time you go on the net.
ThistleWeb wrote:Vanilla is handy in Chrome / Chromium but only does part of the solution, unless I have it confused and wrongly configured. It's a white list for cookies to protect when the cookies are cleared. It works a treat if you accept cookies by default. If you block cookies by default and only accept them when needed, you still have extra hoops to jump through to allow the site in question, which doesn't add itself as an exception on the Vanilla whitelist, if you want that, that's an extra step.
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