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(unknown charset) Re: ACTION-98: Bring input on ISSUE-111 to the group; otherwise it's closed

From: (unknown charset) Matthias Schunter <mts@zurich.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2012 19:23:57 +0100
Message-ID: <4F56563D.4070605@zurich.ibm.com>
To: (unknown charset) public-tracking@w3.org
Hi Folks,


My understanding of Shane's proposal is as follows:
>      * http://coolnews.example.org/
> 	* http://coolnews.example.org/track.js
 Receive DNT;2 (it is the first party and there are some exceptions)
 [The site can query JS with the list of third parties that are
required to operate
   to find out whether the exceptions are sufficient]

> 	* http://weather.example.com/
  Receives DNT;1 (third party and no exception)

> 	* http://social.example.net/coolnews
  Receives DNT;1 (third party and no exception) [.net and not .org]

> 	* http://tracker.example.org
 Receives DNT;0 (it is a third party and exempted)

Karl: Does this answer your question?
Shane: Did I understand correctly?


Regards,
matthias



On 2/23/2012 10:08 PM, Karl Dubost wrote:
> 
> Le 30 janv. 2012 à 23:42, Shane Wiley a écrit :
>> Description:
>> Should the user agent send a different DNT value to a first party site if there exist site-specific exceptions for that first party?
> 
> 
> * Paul's browser has a DNT:1 set.
> * Paul's browser has a site-specific exception list for *.example.org
>   (issue: what is the format of that list)
> * Paul is on a blog and follows a link to http://coolnews.example.org/
> * The browser creates an HTTP request to http://coolnews.example.org/ 
> * The resource (Web page) available at 
>   has links to 
> 	* http://coolnews.example.org/track.js
> 	* http://weather.example.com/
> 	* http://social.example.net/coolnews
> 
> 
> What is happening?
> 
> 
> 
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