Kill those Cookies

And pesky banner ads too:

RFC2109 -- proposed on Feb. 18 by the Internet Engineering Task Force;
would set standards for cookie construction and use. 

www.pgp.com/products/pgpcookie.cgi -- "cookie cutter plug-in" that manages
the cookies that are placed on your hard drive. 

Another site --"Internet Junkbuster" -- routes all http: requests through
a proxy server and strips out cookies and ad banners. As yet unseen by me. 

Netscape 4.0 will supposedly include a suite of cookie control tools
that offer improvements to cookie management options in 3.0 (any one 
checked this out?)

                             Paul Jones
Certified Black Helicopter Pilot *** Unwitting Dupe of One World Gov'ment
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