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Any why is it not a good

Any why is it not a good idea? Firefox allows deleting cookies at the end of every session, and that works great. This is not the same as setting history to 0 and not saving requests; you either have no clue what data is kept by your browser or you're misleading people about what is being kept by their browser. Which is it, buddy?

Most people don't realise that tracks of their web browsing are kept forever or are available across multiple sites. At the small expense of, well, remembering your own logins and passwords (which the browser can help you with anyway), you lose nothing by deleting cookies all the time. The only losers are people trying to analyze you, and they still have effective & legitimate ways to do so.

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