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Re: [deviceorientation] Move fingerprintable APIs behind permissions (#85)

From: pes via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2019 20:52:12 +0000
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@anssiko it looks like the team I've contacted will not be able to complete the review by Dec 5, though possibly by a follow up call.  I'm reaching out to other contacts, but in the meantime…

What does the WB think about formalizing the mitigation in the paper (noise injection) instead?  To my mind it seems more complex, and so harder to standardize, but if the WG thinks that'd be viable, that'd also be a fine way forward.  I still think its worth looking into capping resolution as a simpler possible mitigation, but curious on your thoughts for the above as a fallback option

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