Windows Vista and Internet Explorer 7 Privacy Statments

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Microsoft Windows Vista (BETA 1) Pre-Release Privacy Statement
At Microsoft, we’re working hard to protect your privacy, while delivering products that bring you the performance, power and convenience you desire in your personal computing. This privacy statement explains many of the data collection and use practices of Microsoft Windows Vista Pre-Release (Beta 1). This is a preliminary disclosure that focuses on features that communicate with the Internet. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list. It does not apply to other online or offline Microsoft sites, products or services.

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Microsoft Internet Explorer (Pre-Release 7.0) Privacy Statement

At Microsoft, we’re working hard to protect your privacy, while delivering products that bring you the performance, power and convenience you desire in your personal computing. This privacy statement explains the data collection and use practices of Internet Explorer pre-release version 7.0 ("Internet Explorer"). This is a preliminary disclosure and is not intended to be an exhaustive list. It does not apply to other online or offline Microsoft sites, products or services.

Internet Explorer is designed to make it easy to browse and interact with Web sites on your intranet or on the Internet. Certain information is sent to the Web sites you visit, such as your IP address. This information may be logged on those sites’ Web servers. What information is logged and how that information is used depends on the privacy policies of the Web sites you visit.

Internet Explorer has certain features that may impact or help you to protect your privacy. The sections below describe some of these features.

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