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Re: Poll text call: final text by 28 September

From: David Wainberg <david@networkadvertising.org>
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2012 18:55:15 -0400
Message-ID: <50662AD3.8000203@networkadvertising.org>
To: "Aleecia M. McDonald" <aleecia@aleecia.com>
CC: "public-tracking@w3.org (public-tracking@w3.org)" <public-tracking@w3.org>
Chairs,

A procedural question. Given your intent to complete the TCS via a 
series of these polls, can you outline the procedure for adding options 
to a poll? It's not totally clear to me from the "getting to closed" doc 
how this works. Can anyone propose new options all the way up to the 
opening of the poll? Is there a standard for accepting new options? For 
example, I assume there must be some base level of relevance to the 
issue, yes? Any other bases for accepting or rejecting poll options?

I think it'll be really helpful for us to understand this better prior 
to the Amsterdam meetings.

Thanks!

-David


On 9/25/12 6:20 PM, Aleecia M. McDonald wrote:
>  From the call on 12 September, we discussed topics where we have increasing clarity on options for permitted uses. I want to make sure we have the text right to reflect our options prior to doing a decision process with a poll calling for objections, which is responsive to Ian's feedback. We also want to move quickly, as Roy suggests.
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> Please propose specific alternative text if you believe that the two texts given below do not reflect the options before us by Friday, 28 September. We will briefly review these texts on the call tomorrow, just to make sure no one misses anything, and here we are on the mailing list, for those who cannot make the call.
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> 	Aleecia
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> Log files: issue-134
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> This normative text fits into the section on Third Party Compliance, subsection 6.1.1.1, Short Term Collection and Use, <http://www.w3.org/2011/tracking-protection/drafts/tracking-compliance.html#short-term>. We will also want non-normative text, and have some suggested, but that will be clearer once we have the normative text settled. (Options for definitions of unlinkable data are in section 3.6, Unlinkable Data, <http://www.w3.org/2011/tracking-protection/drafts/tracking-compliance.html#def-unlinkable>.)
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> Option 1:
> 	Operators MAY retain data related to a communication in a third-party context for up to 6 weeks. During this time, operators may render data unlinkable (as described above) or perform processing of the data for any of the other permitted uses.
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> Option 2:
> 	Operators MAY retain data related to a communication in a third-party context. They MUST provide public transparency of their data retention period, which MUST have a specific time period (e.g. not infinite or indefinite.) During this time, operators may render data unlinkable (as described above) or perform processing of the data for any of the other permitted uses.
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