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From: David Oldfield <dj_oldfield@frontier.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2011 22:11:55 +0000
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I wanted to suggest a globalized standard for isolating document contents within all presentation layer web environments.  Something along the lines of
<!—[ISOLATE trust=’minimum’ valid-sources=URL( https://document-sources.mysite.com/myClient.xml )] -->
 
Which would negate access for any external scripts to interact with document contents (for example, a banner advertisement harvesting data from a contact list).  Perhaps as a precautionary measure as well, the banner scripts could be preceded with:
<!—[ISOLATE trust=’none’ ]-->
To force a new process that does not have access to any but minimal presentation layer options.  This may prevent advertisers from injecting spyware onto target operating systems.
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