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January 24, 2011

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Michaelrhanson

Good comments, Brett - I'll make sure to bring up anti-fraud in a followup post. Can you recommend a good background page I could link to?

- Mike Hanson

Brett McDowell

@MichaelHanson Sure thing. In fact I'm going to work on a follow-up post that goes into some examples of what would be "lost" to us as anti-fraud measures if only "first-party" cookies etc. were allowed by the browser. I won't be able to disclose everything, but a few key examples should be possible. You are not the only person who has asked for detailed examples :-)

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