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Microsoft backs away from Flash ban in IE10

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Microsoft loosened its Flash policy, this time enabling Flash by default on both Windows 8 and Windows RT. Instead of using a whitelist to enable Flash only where Microsoft permitted it, the company now uses a blacklist to block Flash “in the small number of sites that are still incompatible with the Windows experience for touch or that depend on other plug-ins.”

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