DoubleClick is a Google-affiliated network that places a cookie on a user's computer. DoubleClick keeps track of browsing history, search habits, and websites you visit for Internet marketing publishers. You can manually delete the DoubleClick cookie and opt out of Google's advertising network. If you delete the cookie but do not opt out, you receive the cookie again the next time you access a website that contains Adsense.
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Click the Windows "Start" button and type "doubleclick" into the search text box. Press Enter to search for the cookie.
Right-click the cookie text file in the list of results. Click "Delete" to remove the cookie from your computer.
Open a Web browser window and go to the Google "Opt Out" privacy page. Click the "Opt Out" button to stop Google from placing a DoubleClick cookie on your computer.
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