From the list: A key difference between the privacy capabilities in IE 6 and previous IE releases is in relation to the P3P based privacy policies associated with each cookie. While in previous versions users were able to do fairly extensive cookie management, users did not have any sense as to the site’s intent in relation to their cookie usage, and were not able to make an informed decision on whether to accept or reject cookies. The Privacy feature in IE 6 enables the sites to establish a trust relationship with their users, through their P3P based privacy policies.
This latest beta build exposes a wider range of privacy options, as well as it re-enables functionality that was present in previous IE releases, within the context of P3P policies. End users are now able to reject/accept cookies from a specific site and they are also able to be prompted for every cookie. End users can request to view a site’s full P3P XML based policy. Last, end users are able to import custom Privacy policies (this flexibility is useful for corporate deployment, or for organizations that want to standardized or promote different levels of privacy to end users).
We are looking forward to your comments and feedback on this functionality.
It worked on some of the pages but not all. So I did an include in my style sheet of the policy and that seemed to take care of everything. I do have a link to a third party site on all of my pages but no content from them. Hope I don't have to change this when IE6 does a final release.