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Re: change to non-ambiguity section of P3P spec

From: Christophe Brun-Franc <cbf@profileup.com>
Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2001 10:17:38 +0200
To: <www-p3p-dev@w3.org>
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Hi,


You wrote :

     I'm having a hard time finding the sentence you're quoting. Which
section is it in?

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change to non-ambiguity section of P3P spec 
 2.4.1 Non-ambiguity
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-p3p-dev/2001Apr/0001.html

"
If a user agent discovers more than one non-expired
P3P policy for a given URI (for example because
a page has both a P3P header and a LINK tag that
reference different policy reference files, or because
P3P headers for two pages on the site reference
different policy reference files that declare different
policies for the same URI), the user agent MAY
assume any (or all) of these policies apply as the
site MUST honor all of them. "


Christophe Brun-Franc



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"Christophe Brun-Franc" <cbf@profileup.com>@w3.org on 06/21/2001 06:02:25
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Hi


Doest this sentence :

"because P3P headers for two pages on the site reference
different policy reference files that declare different
policies for the same URI)
"

means that we have to analyse all HTTP headers of the entire web site to be
sure that we get all the different policies for an  uri ?
- Of course, except if there is a reference file in a well-known location -

It's seems where difficult to do that ...

Christophe Brun-Franc
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Christophe Brun-Franc
Received on Friday, 22 June 2001 04:14:30 GMT

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