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Tacoda.Cookie

Posted: July 17, 2009

Tacoda.Cookie - or just simply Tacoda - is a tracking cookie. While not all Internet cookies are dangerous in nature, tracking cookies violate your privacy by logging your Internet activity as you surf from site to site across the Web. Recording information, such as which sites you visit and how long you stay, may lead to this information being shared across multiple domains or sold to third party websites for marketing purposes.

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One Comment

  • Rick says:

    This is pretty good info on Tacoda. Been a pimple on my behind for a long time, since I block 3rd party cookies. But I block them individually, until I know their function. Some 3rd party cookies are useful. Once I can determine which type a cookie is, I can check the box to always respond in the same manner and then just click Accept or Block. I thought this one was blocked. I don't know why it started showing up again. Coming here to check these out is WAY safer, I think, than trying to sign on to the site that wants to leave a cookie to see what they say they do. Thanks. I'm pretty sure I'll be back.