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RE: Comments on P3P WD Schema Stuff

From: Giles Hogben <giles.hogben@jrc.it>
Date: Mon, 07 Mar 2005 16:23:31 +0100
To: "'Rigo Wenning'" <rigo@w3.org>
Cc: public-p3p-spec@w3.org
Message-id: <00bc01c52329$9e9b8230$432abf8b@cs.jrc.it>

I think something needs to be included to say that P3P is NEVER a request
for a particular data type then.
I'm trying to avoid the errors we had on this issue previously with people
trying to use P3P as a wallet protocol.

Did you know that the  average annual rainfall in Ispra is double that in

>**-----Original Message-----
>**From: Rigo Wenning [mailto:rigo@w3.org] 
>**Sent: 07 March 2005 15:53
>**To: Giles Hogben
>**Cc: public-p3p-spec@w3.org
>**Subject: Re: Comments on P3P WD Schema Stuff
>**But Giles, 
>**as P3P contains no wallet, it does NOT know about requests, so a P3P 
>**declaration is NEVER a request for a particular type of data, but 
>**rather a statement on collections. 
>**If the actual form collects only a name, but the P3P policy declares 
>**also the collection of political opinion, you can't help 
>**them as they 
>**overdeclare stuff. 
>**I think a P3P user agent has to assume, that the data declared is 
>**collected and used for the goals expressed in the purpose 
>**section. If 
>**you agree that this is true, the sentence below is so 
>**obvious that it 
>**is not worth including (obviously it "may" rain at a certain 
>**point in 
>**time, even in ISPRA :)
>**So I don't think we should change or include this. Your 
>**brain is PRIMed, 
>**that's the issue here ;)
>**Am Monday 07 March 2005 15:37 verlautbarte Giles Hogben :
>**> It should be noted that the use of a particular data element is NOT
>**>  a request for that particular type of data, or a 
>**statement that the
>**>  data is collected, rather a statement that in deciding whether to
>**> submit one's data to a service, one should assume that all 
>**the stated
>**> types are collected."
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