I found this to be a interesting read: In the war of Internet privacy, Internet Explorer 8 limit the default credentials of third-party cookie tracking | My Computers Land
"Microsoft engineers initially wanted to feature in Internet Explorer 8 to limit the default credentials of third-party cookie tracking, Wall Street Journal reported today. But the leaders, concerned about the implications for online advertisers, has won
"Only one – Safari from Apple – is set to deny third-party cookies based on privacy."
Quote: Originally Posted by marsmimar
Still don't understand why we have to resort to plug-ins or add-ons like NoScript to accomplish what should be a standard feature of all browsers.