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Re: Practicality of a phased P3P implementation

From: Martin Presler-Marshall <mpresler@us.ibm.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 07:59:58 -0500
To: janice <janice@technofolk.com>, www-p3p-policy@w3.org
Message-ID: <OFB6F633C5.9C2C0E4C-ON85256B4A.00471BCA@raleigh.ibm.com>
      I think that's a very practical approach. Some organizations have
very complex Web presences, and it is unrealistic to expect that you could
have P3P policies created, approved, and deployed on all the sites or parts
of the site at the same time.

      -- Martin

Martin Presler-Marshall - Program Manager, Privacy Technology
E-mail: mpresler@us.ibm.com     AIM: jhreingold
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Dear folks,
I have a question that I wouldlike to put out to the group.
I have a real-world situation of a client with various site sections,
which will be covered individually in their implementation of P3P.

Would there be any shortcoming to the client implementing P3P on their
site in a phased fashion (starting with their simplest parts first), and
then adding sections one by one, and implementing P3P and updating the
reference file as they go?

They will have their policies for ALL sections described in their human
readable policy, however, the sections which match the implemented P3P
policies will be described in a more detailed P3P-compliant manner.

Their policy and implementation will be updated step by step until the
entire site is fully compliant.

I hope this was clear LOL. Any input, suggestions or warnings would be
much appreciated.

Thank you.
Received on Wednesday, 23 January 2002 08:00:06 UTC

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