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IE8 InPrivate Browsing Now Supported by Flash 10.1.
With the advent of Internet Explorer 8, Microsoft introduced a feature designed to allow end users to easily hide their browsing history from people sharing the same computer. However, even though IE8 came with the promise of complete browsing privacy, components intimately connected with the browser, such as Adobe Flash Player were still collecting and storing data, irrespective of the fact that users had opted for the contrary. That is no longer the case with the latest update for Flash.
IE8 InPrivate Browsing Now Supported by Flash 10.1 - Microsoft welcomes the evolution of Flash - Softpedia
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