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Re: AT&T birdware shows adoption problems...

From: David Wall <dwall@Yozons.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2002 20:11:45 -0800
Message-ID: <013001c1b056$b89f2cc0$5a2b7ad8@expertrade.com>
To: "Lorrie Cranor" <lorrie@research.att.com>, <www-p3p-policy@w3.org>
> Try clicking on the bird and selecting the policy summary to
> find out what this means. And feel free to adjust the settings
> to something that makes more sense to you.

Well, what would be nice is if the policy summary didn't show the entire
summary, but just the items that were in conflict and which of my checkboxes
caused the conflict.  It's hard to tell what in the privacy policy is
actually showing the conflict with the settings I've chosen.

Any my other point, lame as it might be, is that if a site like the w3c's
p3p page cannot even pass 'medium' (the default) privacy, what does this
mean to an end user?  After all, it's not clear how that page has anything
to do with intruding into my privacy.  It cannot identify me whatsoever.
What would be of concern at the w3c that it should be flagged as RED?

Received on Thursday, 7 February 2002 23:11:51 UTC

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