If you wonder why HP, Dell and other leading computer manufacturers belive the of the computer as we know it is near, it's not the iPad that has them concerned about the future, it is the developments like the one Corning is working on!
There was a cookie law event this week hosted by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport. The DCMS being the government department responsible for this particular law.
It was largely designed as a Q&A session for site owners, but there were also keynote addresses by the minister Ed Vaizey MP and the Information Commissioner himself, Christopher Graham.
The latter being the man responsible for enforcing the cookie law from May 26, there were lots of people there eager to hear him talk, and what he had to say is very much worth reporting on.
The cookies named __utma through __utmz come from websites that use Google Analytics, which primarily uses it to track visits.
The cookie names likely come from the earlier versions called the Urchin Tracking Module, and are also also by the newer ga.js.
It used to be that malware was spread through sharing floppy disks. The threat eventually moved on to USB drive, email and file sharing downloads. Nowadays, the threats are so advanced that simply visiting a web site that contains malicious code can cause your computer to be infected.