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RE: DRAFT talking points for review

From: Daniel J. Weitzner <djweitzner@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2000 10:41:07 -0400
Message-Id: <4.2.0.58.20000612103821.00d295d0@localhost>
To: "Brunner, Eric" <EBrunner@Engage.com>, www-p3p-interop@w3.org, Janet Daly <janet@w3.org>
Cc: w3c-p3p-specification@w3.org, w3c-p3p-powg@w3.org, w3c-p3p-coordination@w3.org
At 10:29 AM 6/12/00 -0400, Brunner, Eric wrote:
>Daniel,
>
>Please mention Netscape as leaving the browser reference to IE & MZ is
>slightly misleading for the majority of readers who won't infer that MZ -->
>NS (...).

I was considering saying this but was concerned about being misleading the 
other direction MZ =? NS.

Thoughts?

Danny


>Cheers,
>Eric
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Daniel J. Weitzner [mailto:djweitzner@w3.org]
> > Sent: Monday, June 12, 2000 9:42 AM
> > To: www-p3p-interop@w3.org; Janet Daly
> > Cc: w3c-p3p-specification@w3.org; w3c-p3p-powg@w3.org;
> > adminreq@w3.org;
> > w3c-p3p-coordination@w3.org
> > Subject: DRAFT talking points for review
> >
> >
> > The draft interop talking points document is at
> > http://www.w3.org/2000/06/09-p3p-interop-talking.html and
> > appended to the
> > bottom of this message. There are quite rough. Comments and
> > edits are welcomed.
> >
> > The agenda for today's call is also here:
> >
> > Agenda:
> >
> > -Review Interop Agenda
> > http://www.w3.org/P3P/interop-agenda-21062000.html
> > -Review Interop Talking Points
> > http://www.w3.org/2000/06/09-p3p-interop-talking.html
> > -Discuss collateral material for event
> > -Logistics for circulating individual press releases
> >
> > Call Time: 12:00noon - 1:30pm EDT (1600-1730Z)
> > Call-in logistics: +1.734.414.0268; participant code: 863392.
> > If you have
> > any problems during the call, you the host may hit # 0. In
> > the event of
> > difficulty, call Lesley DeFlavis at W3C, +1.617.253.2613.
> >
> >
> > DRAFT Platform for Privacy Preferences Interop Talking Points
> > 21 June 2000
> > New York, NY USA
> >
> > Talking Points:
> >      The Interop: Over @@30@@ leading technology companies
> > and privacy
> > advocates will gather in New York to conduct the first public
> > tests of
> > W3C's emerging Web privacy standard, the Platform for Privacy
> > Preferences
> > (P3P). The purpose of this interoperability testing day is to
> > provide P3P
> > developers the opportunity to test their products with other
> > P3P services
> > and provide input into the P3P design process. The tools
> > tested today are
> > early versions of P3P-compliant tools expected to be offered
> > to end users
> > in the coming year.
> >
> >      Function: P3P-enabled services will enhance user
> > control by putting
> > privacy policies where users can find them, present policies
> > in a form that
> > users can understand them, and enable users to act on what
> > they see in
> > policies more easily. For ecommerce services and other Web
> > sites, P3P can
> > be used to offer seamless browsing experience for customers
> > without leaving
> > them guessing about privacy. P3P project will enable the
> > marketplace to
> > deliver software tools and services that enhance user's
> > knowledge of Web
> > sites' information practices and give users more control over their
> > personal information.
> >
> >      Interop Participants: A variety of software and
> > services will be tested:
> >
> >      5 P3P-compatible Web clients (includes software
> > compatible with both
> > Microsoft Internet Explorer and the Mozilla browser.
> >      3 P3P policy generators, to enable sites to translate
> > their privacy
> > policies into P3P.
> >      8 major Web sites with P3P-compliant privacy policies
> > (includes AT&T,
> > AOL, Center for Democracy and Technology, FTC?, TrustE,
> > Hewlett-Packard,
> > IBM, Microsoft, Proctor & Gamble, White House?.)
> >      A complete list of all participant's software/services
> > is at @@URI@@.
> >
> >      P3P Draws International Participation: P3P enables
> > privacy policies to be
> > read in a variety of languages, so that surfers can travel to
> > sites around
> > the world and remain aware of their privacy rights. The P3P privacy
> > vocabulary is adaptable to cover the diversity of privacy regulations
> > around the world. P3P-compliant software from Germany and
> > Japan will be
> > demonstrated at this Interop. A second interop event is
> > planned for Venice,
> > Italy on 11 September 2000.
> >
> >      P3P Status: P3P is a technology standard under
> > development at the World
> > Wide Web Consortium. Designed with the active involvement of leading
> > Internet technology companies, privacy advocates and
> > regulators from around
> > the world, and major commercial users, P3P represents the broadest
> > technical consensus on how to design tools that enhance privacy and
> > commerce on the Web. Currently in draft form, the P3P
> > specification will
> > advance through the W3C process toward a final standard over
> > the next year.
> > The experience of implementers around the world, including those
> > participating at this Interop, will be critical in shaping the final
> > technology design. The latest draft can be found at
>http://www.w3.org/TR/P3P.
>
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>Technology and Society Domain Leader  +1.617.258.5999(f)
>World Wide Web Consortium
>MIT/LCS
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World Wide Web Consortium
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