Use the private filtering function in Internet Explorer



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InPrivate Filtering prevents Web site content providers from collecting information about visited Web sites. InPrivate filtering works by analyzing web content such as ads, maps or web analytics tools on websites you visit, and when the same content is used on a number of websites, it gives you the ability to allow or block that content. You can also set InPrivate Filtering to automatically block any recognized content provider or third-party website, or you can disable InPrivate Filtering. InPrivate Filtering (press Ctrl+Shift+F to enable it) scans the websites you visit and the content providers they use, but does not automatically block them. You can allow or block any content provider identified by InPrivate Filtering as the recipient of your browser information. You can also ask InPrivate Filtering to automatically block each content provider or disable InPrivate Filtering.

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Click to open Internet Explorer.
Click the Security button, click Private Filtering, and then do one of the following:
Click Block to automatically block websites.
Click Allow me to choose which providers receive my information to block or allow content. When you are finished, click OK.

If you have already enabled InPrivate filtering, follow these steps:
Click here to open Internet Explorer.
Click the Security button, then click InPrivate Filter Settings.

Do one of the following :
To automatically block websites, click Automatically Block.
To manually block websites, click Select Content to Block or Allow.
To turn off InPrivate filtering, click Off.
Click OK.

To manually block or allow third-party content providers or websites that may be able to see which websites you have visited, follow these steps:
Click here to open Internet Explorer.
Click the Security button, then click InPrivate Filter Settings.
Click Select Content to block or allow, click one or more websites, and then click Allow or Block.

To determine the number of websites you visit before they are added to the list, enter a new number in the Show content providers used by the number of websites you visited box. You can set the number from 3 to 30.

The default setting is 10, meaning that at least 10 different websites must share the same content provider before it is displayed, and you can block or allow it.

When you are finished, click OK.



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