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primary purpose list

From: Lorrie Cranor <lorrie@cs.cmu.edu>
Date: Mon, 3 May 2004 14:42:38 -0400
Message-Id: <A7075618-9D31-11D8-A160-000A95DA3F5A@cs.cmu.edu>
To: public-p3p-spec <public-p3p-spec@w3.org>

Based on our discussion today, here is a very rough proposed list of 
primary purposes.

We need to first decide if this approach generally makes sense (as 
opposed to say the proposal Dave sent out earlier today). If so, we 
need to refine this list (what's missing, what should be folded 
together, etc.) and then produce for each item a) an XML token b) a 
definition c) a short human-readable description. I would propose that 
the primary purpose extension allow sites to list one or more of these 
tokens and a human-readable description.

I think this is the largest piece of work remaining before we can take 
P3P 1.1 to last call, so let's get on with it... please review and send 
your comments to the mailing list.

sales of products or services

charitable donations [do we want to group this with sales for a
generic transactions category?]

payments and transaction facilitation [do we want to group this with
sales as above?]

order fulfillment and delivery

banking and financial management

registration, enrollment, subscription, reservations, account
management [are we bundling too many thngs together here?]

education - including dissemination of educational materials, testing,
   grading, interactions with teachers or other students, etc.




arts and literature [could this be combined with entertainment?]

news and information

communications services




government services (e-government)

customizing online experience

distributing content (serving pages)

respond to user

advertising, marketing, and promotion

state management
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