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About ZEDO Cookies
The ZEDO cookie lets ZEDO follow the rules set by our customers about what ads you see and how often you see them. The ZEDO cookie is not a program and cannot execute anything on your computer. The ZEDO cookie simply finds the most appropriate ads for you.
If you block the ZEDO cookie, ZEDO has no control over what ads you see. The ZEDO Opt Out tool, which relies on cookies to prevent interest-based advertising, will not work if the ZEDO cookie is blocked.
How to block cookies
Internet Explorer 8
Click “Tools” in the top bar, choose “Internet Options” and within the “General” tab choose to delete all or some of your cookies. Block or limit new cookie installations by selecting “Internet Options” and then “Privacy.” Move the slider to the privacy level you want. Note that if you block all cookies, some sites you visit may not work well.
Go to “Preferences,” click the “Privacy” tab and then the link to “remove individual cookies,” where you can delete cookies one by one or altogether. To block future cookies, choose “Use custom settings for history” from the drop-down menu within the Privacy tab, and uncheck the box beside “Accept third-party cookies.”
Click the wrench icon on your toolbar (some Mac users may need to go to the menu bar and click “Chrome”) and then select “Options” if you have a PC or “Preferences” if you use Mac or Linux. Click “Under the Hood” and then “Content settings” within the Privacy section. Under the “Cookies” tab, delete all or certain cookies. Block new ones by checking off “Block all third-party cookies without exception.”
Go to “Preferences” and then click the “Security” tab followed by the “Show Cookies” button, where you can delete some or all cookies. Under the Security tab, also choose to not accept cookies from third parties.