Mozilla Privacy and Security Tutorial
Wednesday July 16th, 2003
Gunnar writes: "I have published a tutorial for Mozilla's privacy and security features. It explains and recommends settings. Feedback is very appreciated."
#10 better, but could be better still
by webgremlin <email@example.com>
Wednesday July 16th, 2003 11:16 AM
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Passive voice is the bane of clarity. Try this instead:
"Cookies are small bits of information your browser remembers for a web site. Your browser saves your cookies in a text file on your harddrive. Cookies by themselves pose no security risk: They cannot contain a computer virus, nor can they be used to spy on you by reading your harddrive's content."