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Re: [web-annotation] Privacy Interest Group (PING) review

From: tbdinesh via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2016 17:51:24 +0000
To: public-annotation@w3.org
Message-ID: <issue_comment.created-210563681-1460742683-sysbot+gh@w3.org>
A bit more.

"The issue of harassment" is about (harassing) publication about 
anywhere and not just on "their page".

On another note, its about finding these publications. Imagine the
annotations on a page are also indexed by search engines.

On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 8:28 PM, BigBlueHat <notifications@github.com>

> "The issue of harassment" is about publication, not annotation.
> Annotation is initially a singular, personal action (it may stay in 
> browser, or in that book you bought last year). Until you publish 
it, your
> evil side notes don't effect anyone and can't therefore be consider
> "harassment." Once published, however, the story changes.
> Publication spaces (i.e. annotation social networks such as Genius 
> Hypothes.is) come with (necessary) community guidelines. One of 
those could
> (and usually do) include "un-publishing" and/or moderating 
annotations that
> run afoul of those guidelines. The user's right to *annotate* 
> should not be prohibited, though their ability to *publish* may be
> curtailed based on the guidelines set by the specific publisher.
> At the very least, we need to keep the act of "annotating" separate 
> the act of "publishing."
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