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What is the Moto g4 Plus "Voice Privacy" setting? If checked, it enables enhanced privacy mode, but I have no idea what that does.

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Motorola claims their Voice Privacy feature digitally "scrambles" the voice signals being sent between your phone and your cellular provider. https://motorola-global-en-uk.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5534/~/voice-privacy

Not quite to the same security level as a truly encrypted call would be, but it does make it more difficult for someone to intercept/eavesdrop on your calls.

https://www.computerworld.com/article/3058020/security/hackers-only-need-your-phone-number-to-eavesdrop-on-calls-read-texts-track-you.html

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I need to know how to enable cookies...it is on firefox...thanks!


Cookies are enabled in Firefox by default - so if you haven't changed the settings, they should still be enabled.

Here's how to check:
(1) In the Firefox browser, go to: Tools > Options > Privacy
(2) On the Privacy tab, In the "History" section, use the pull-down menu and select "Use custom settings"
(3) The boxes for "Accept cookies" and "Accept cookies from third-party sites" should be checked. (If not, then check those boxes, and click on "OK")

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See also this Firefox help file:
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How to enable cookies for facebook. when ever I try to log in message comes that cookieds are not enable in your browser


You can configure your privacy settings in Internet Explorer 6 by clicking Internet Options on the Tools menu, and then clicking the Privacy tab.
NOTE: An administrator can customize your privacy settings and remove the Privacy tab from the interface in the Internet Options dialog box. If the Privacy tab is not available, contact your administrator, or see the "Information for Advanced Users and IT Professionals" section.
These settings replace the cookies settings on the Security tab in Internet Explorer 4 and 5 (and the Advanced tab in Internet Explorer 3). The Privacy settings slider has six settings: Block All Cookies, High, Medium High, Medium (default level), Low, and Accept All Cookies.
The following Privacy settings are available with the slider:
Block All Cookies: Cookies from all Web sites will be blocked, and existing cookies on your computer cannot be read by the Web sites that created them. Per-site privacy actions do not override these settings.
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To enable cookies in Mozilla Firefox 3.x (PC):
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To enable cookies in Mozilla Firefox 2.x (PC):
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To enable cookies in Mozilla Firefox (Mac):
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  2. Select Preferences.
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  4. Set 'Firefox will': to Use custom settings for history.
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How to Enable Cookies To enable cookies, follow the instructions below for the browser version you are using. Mozilla Firefox (1.0 final release and earlier) * Go to the "Tools" menu. * Select "Options". * Select the "Privacy" icon in the left panel. * Check the box corresponding to "Allow sites to set cookies". * Click "OK" to save changes. Netscape 7.1/Mozilla 5.0 * Select "Preferences" from the Edit menu. * Click on the arrow next to "Privacy & Security" in the scrolling window to expand. * Under "Privacy & Security", select "Cookies." * Select "Enable all cookies". * Click "OK". Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0+ * Select "Internet Options" from the Tools menu. * Click on the "Privacy" tab. * Click the "Default" button (or manually slide the bar down to "Medium") under "Settings". * Click "OK". Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x * Select "Internet Options" from the Tools menu. * Click on the "Security" tab. * Click the "Custom Level" button. * Scroll down to the "Cookies" section. * To enable: o Set "Allow cookies that are stored on your computer" to "Enable". o Set "Allow per-session cookies" to "Enable". * Click "OK". Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x * Select "Internet Options" from the View menu. * Click on the "Advanced" tab. * Scroll down to find "Cookies" within the "Security" section. * To enable: o Select "Always accept cookies". * Click "OK". Netscape Communicator 4.x * Select "Preferences" from the Edit menu. * Find the "Cookies" section in the "Advanced" category. * To enable: o Select "Accept all cookies" (or "Enable all cookies"). * Click "OK".
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