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I know this thread is dead, but just a note for posterity.

I can confirm that normal, non-third-party cookies can definitely get dumped by IE6. That's dumped as in, yes, "silently discarded" - well, it lights up an icon in the browser, but the server has no indication at all.

And IE6 has REALLY grown in market share, in the recent past.

If you implement a privacy policy for your site (ie put the relevant stuff in the directory /w3c) this can solve the problem for the *default* security settings on IE6 (depending on what type of information you're collecting).

But for more restrictive security settings, you need to send a P3P header - which is the search that brought me to this thread. :)

All the best, Andy.

In reply to P3P headers, privacy policies and all that jazz (was Re: Re: CGI versus CGI::* modules) by andye
in thread CGI versus CGI::* modules by michellem

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