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Why do i have to repeatally shut down my computer for my privacy notice

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I'm sure you are pretty much annoyed with it.

You can manually configure and block that specific website's URL that always try and show Privacy Notice.

If you are using Mozilla Firefox browser do this:

On the Menu Bar, click Tools, then click Options and then the Privacy Tab. Within the Privacy Tab under Cookies click the Exceptions button then type the URL and click the block button.Click close and click ok.

If you're using IE browser do this:

On the Menu Bar, click the Tools,the Internet Options pops-up. Click the Privacy Tab,under Settings click the "Sites" button, then type the address or URL of the site and click block button. Then click the ok button twice.

If you want to remove it, just follow the same procedure, but this time instead of blocking it you'll then need to give privilege to allow it.

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