These instructions how to disable cookies are useful to know anyway.  I have them from Stepram on Blipfoto.  I am pasting them here as it’s quite likely his blip could be taken down.

In Google Chrome:
1. Right Click on the Blip webpage any were in the black section
2. From the Drop down menu select “view page info”
3. A pop up will appear, select “show cookies and site data”
4. Next Click on each of the Blipfoto cookies and then hit the block button at the bottom of the window, do this for each of the two cookies.
5. Press the “Close” button at the bottom right.
6. Finally go back to the Blip web page and press the refresh button, or hold down the “ctrl” key on your keyboard and the press the “f5” key.

You have now blocked Blip from using cookies and it can now no longer recognise how many blips you have viewed or track anything you do. This can be done on any website and is very useful.

In Firefox:
1. Right Click on the Blip webpage any were in the black section
2. From the Drop down menu select “view page info”
3. A pop up will appear, with four tabs along the top, click on the third one in called “Permissions”.
4. The Third option down should be called “Set Cookies” immediately under it you will have a box “Use Default” Un-check that box.
5. On the same line to the right three Previously Gray options should now have turned black, click on “Block”
6. Close the pop up via the cross in the top right hand corner.
7. Finally go back to the Blip web page and press the refresh button, or hold down the “ctrl” key on your keyboard and the press the “f5” key.

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