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Re: Possible Security and Privacy Next Steps

From: Jeremiah Foster <jeremiah.foster@pelagicore.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2015 10:53:20 +0100
Message-ID: <CADVDRBhPi0L-QVNSWUzWnR6gsJqKM6-p6hdvC=q9oO=T_3k=hw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Junichi Hashimoto <ju-hashimoto@kddilabs.jp>
Cc: public-automotive <public-automotive@w3.org>, "public-autowebplatform@w3.org" <public-autowebplatform@w3.org>, public-auto-privacy-security@w3.org
Thank you very much Junichi-san.

In reading your slides I note that you discuss towards the end user's
rights regarding personal data. I think this is an important issue that
lies at the very heart of privacy. I worry however that there already
appear to be cars that are leaking personal data, at least according to
German privacy laws. Given the general state of churn of data privacy laws
internationally, what ought to be the "gold standard" for user privacy? I
worry a bit that W3C may be a bit too beholden to commercial browser
vendors and while that may be good for the marketplace it is less good when
trying to harmonize various jurisdiction's privacy policies.

Can the W3C promulgate or adopt a set of expected user rights regarding
personal data and its privacy? Or does this work need to happen at the
national or international level?

Some background:
1. EU polcy:
2. Safe Harbor is invalid:
3. W3C PEP standard: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P3P#Criticisms



On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 10:18 AM, Junichi Hashimoto <
ju-hashimoto@kddilabs.jp> wrote:

> Hi
> Attached file is the slides of yesterdays presentation.
> Regards,
> Junichi

Jeremiah C. Foster

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