[Dylan Griffiths <Dylan_G () BIGFOOT COM>]
A better solution would be explicit (ie: finer grained) control of cookies.
Not as finely grained as the prompt option of Lynx, but more specific than
the current Netscape settings.
Actually, this is implemented in a rudimentary way in IE 5.x, with their
"zones" of security. If you're interested, take a look at Mozilla's M13
milestone release. It allows fine-grained control of cookiees, with its
"Never Accept Cookiees" domain/site list. It also gives the user an
intuitive interface to actually browse their cookiees. (Look in the Wallet