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Identifying existing information exchanges

From: Terare, Shane <Shane.Terare@ato.gov.au>
Date: Mon, 27 May 2002 11:22:45 +1000
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Is anyone able to give me assistance/advice in identifying what 'information
exchanges' exist between a site (domain) and visitors to that site.

My organisation uses MS servers (MS Win-NT/EE?).  I would have thought that
the server logs would record data in relation to all info exchanges, from
cookies to storing personal data from forms etc.

Is there anyway the server logs can be used to identify when the user
uploads info and when we download info to them??  How would it be achieved?

How have other large sites (database driven) implemented P3P and
specifically the P3P Policy Reference file containing multiple P3P
statements?

My problem is identifying what URL's within the domain should relate to each
P3P statement and determining the number of P3P statements needed to cover
different areas of the site with very different info/data exchanges between
the site and the user.



Shane Terare
Quality Assurance Manager
Web Design & Assurance
Received on Sunday, 26 May 2002 21:25:54 UTC

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