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P3P Implementation Workshops

From: Josh Freed <jfreed@neted.org>
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 14:00:43 -0500
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As part of the POWG's on-going outreach efforts, The Internet Education
Foundation is holding the first in its series of P3P Implementation
Workshops in Redmond, Washington November 14 and Palo Alto, California
on November 16. The three-hour events will feature expert panelists from
industry, privacy advocacy organizations, and government discussing
consumer privacy, what P3P does, and detailed discussion on how to
implement P3P on Web sites. I am attaching a .PDF of the invitation as
well as enclosing the details in this email (see below). Please
distribute this to anyone who may be interested in attending. If you
have any questions, call or email me.

Thanks,

Josh


Joshua S. Freed
Director of Privacy Technology
P3P Outreach
Internet Education Foundation
1634 Eye St., NW Suite 1107
Washington, D.C. 20006
W: 202-638-4370
C: 202-486-7828
jfreed@neted.org
www.neted.org


Hands-on Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) Implementation Workshops
to be held in Redmond, WA and Palo Alto, CA

WHAT: P3P Implementation Workshop Series: Pacific Northwest & Silicon
Valley 

These are the first in a national series of workshops designed to
provide chief information officers, privacy officers, marketers and tech
teams with the information they need to understand the Platform for
Privacy Preferences (P3P).  P3P was created by the World Wide Web
Consortium (W3C) to help Web users view, understand and compare the
privacy policies of the web sites they visit using machine-readable
privacy policies. Topics will include P3P's place within the broader
consumer privacy landscape and how to implement it on their company's
Web sites. These events is hosted by the Internet Education Foundation
in conjunction with Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, PriceWaterhouseCoopers,
and VeriSign, and with the assistance of BBBOnline, Intel and TRUSTe.  

WHO: The invited panelists include: Members of Congress; Elected
officials from Washington State; Ruth V. Nelson, PriceWaterhouseCoopers;
James White, Intel; Greg Hampson, Microsoft and Ari Schwartz, Center for
Democracy and Technology. 

WHEN & WHERE: 
Wednesday, November 14, 2001, 1 PM to 4 PM PST (Coffee and snacks
provided, RSVP's required)

Microsoft Conference Center, Cascade Auditorium
16070 NE 36th Way, Building 33, Redmond, WA 98052

OR

Friday, November 16, 2001, 9 AM to 12 PM PST (Coffee and snacks
provided, RSVP's required)

Hewlett Packard, Palo Alto Auditorium
3000 Hanover Street, Building 20, Palo Alto, CA 94304

RSVP: 
Please email your RSVP, including your name, company and contact
information to: rsvp@p3ptoolbox.org.   

For more information and directions to the event, please visit
www.p3ptoolbox.org/events or call Joshua Freed or Megan Kinnaird at the
Internet Education Foundation at 202-638-4370.

About the P3P Project:

The P3P Implementation Project was created by the Internet Education
Foundation and World Wide Web Consortium with the generous support of
DoubleClick, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, The
Privacy Leadership Initiative, and VeriSign. Its mission is to promote
industry-wide adoption of P3P to create a ubiquitous framework for
providing consumers notice and choice on the Web and to establish
industry leadership in protecting consumers' online privacy.  

Joshua S. Freed
Director of Privacy Technology
P3P Outreach
Internet Education Foundation
1634 Eye St., NW Suite 1107
Washington, D.C. 20006
W: 202-638-4370
C: 202-486-7828
jfreed@neted.org
www.neted.org



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