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Re: Is it possible for the first party to post a p3p policy on behalf of some or all of its third parties?

From: Lorrie Cranor <lorrie@research.att.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 18:38:55 -0500
Message-ID: <006501c27fa4$58a88b40$3e06cf87@research.att.com>
To: "METH, MARCEL E" <Marcel_E_Meth@fleet.com>, <www-p3p-policy@w3.org>

No, the P3P spec does not allow first parties to vouch for third parties
that are not in the same domain as the first party.

Lorrie

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----- Original Message -----
From: "METH, MARCEL E" <Marcel_E_Meth@fleet.com>
To: <www-p3p-policy@w3.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2002 8:18 PM
Subject: Is it possible for the first party to post a p3p policy on behalf
of some or all of its third parties?


>
>
> We have a problem: it is difficult to get our third parties to post a p3p
> policy quickly.
>
> However, through negotiated contracts we are assured of their privacy
> policies.  If I wanted to vouch for our third parties in our p3p policy,
is
> that something I can do?  Does the P3P specification allow the first party
> to vouch for a third party?  Does IE 6 support such a feature?
>
> Marcel Meth
> --------------------------
> Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Handheld (www.BlackBerry.net)
>
>
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