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Last updated: August 2014At Microsoft, we're working hard to help protect your privacy while delivering products that bring you the performance, power, and convenience you desire in your personal computing.This privacy statement for Internet Explorer 11 (“Internet Explorer”) for Windows 7 focuses on features that communicate with the Internet, explains how those features collect your data, and describes the way that data is used.This is a preliminary disclosure that focuses on features that communicate with the Internet and isn't intended to be an exhaustive list.It doesn’t apply to other online or offline Microsoft sites, products, or services.Internet Explorer has certain features that may impact or help you to protect your privacy.The sections below describe some of these features and how to change their settings.Internet Explorer is designed to make it easy to browse and interact with websites on your intranet or on the Internet.Whenever you use the Internet, or software with Internet enabled features, information about your PC ("standard PC information") is sent to the websites you visit and online services you use.
This information might be logged on those sites' web servers.
Which information is logged and how that information is used depends on the privacy practices of the websites you visit and web services you use.
Active X Controls are pieces of software that supplement how your browser works.
For example, some Active X Controls can play audio, video, or show images on a webpage.
These controls may have an impact on the performance, security, and reliability of Internet Explorer.Active X Filtering lets you browse the web with these controls turned off.When you view a webpage that has had Active X Controls filtered out, some content on the page might be turned off.If you choose to turn on Active X Filtering, you can turn Active X Controls back on for a single website by clicking the Active X Filtering icon in the address bar.