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Care to share?

Going to give Internet Explorer a new trial as I didn't really bother with it before.

I currently have all the ones from [url="http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/Browser/TrackingProtectionLists/"]HERE[/url], plus the two from Fanboy's ad block. Do you think I can get rid of the others and just have Fanboys?

Thanks :D

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You shouldn't use all the lists from Microsoft's site because one of them is provided by an advertising-related company and provides exceptions for all the major trackers, thus invalidating all the other lists. [s]I think the one to avoid is the TRUSTe list but you should double check before relying on my word.[/s] OK, I just found the article I was thinking about and the TRUSTe list is the one to avoid:

http://www.zdnet.com/blog/bott/privacy-protection-and-ie9-who-can-you-trust/3014

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Still using hosts file to block everything and anything I don't want.
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Hosts file?

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Easy List
Easy Privacy
Fanboy's List


Same lists that AdBlock on Firefox uses.
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I use EasyPrivacy+EasyList combo in Firefox. Combining lists from different parties can cause conflicts and break websites, so it's probably best just to stick to one.

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[quote name='Mr Spoon' timestamp='1346590126' post='595141715']
Hosts file?
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Its a bit like the adblock adon for firefox. Except its built into near every OS, and is system wide.

Pretty good one to get you started .. [url="http://winhelp2002.mvps.org/hosts.htm"]http://winhelp2002.mvps.org/hosts.htm[/url]

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