Privacy Interest Group draft charter

We've commonly heard (at workshops in July '10, December '10 and April '11,
for example) that W3C should have a venue for discussing and addressing
ongoing and upcoming privacy issues. To that end, we're proposing a Privacy
Interest Group, with a draft charter now available.

Feedback from the public (and this list in particular) would be most

I'm imagining this group as a place to discuss new issues (via
public-privacy), spin off Recommendation-track work as necessary, develop
guidelines for handling privacy considerations and provide advice to other
groups for handling privacy in Web specifications. How do *you* think a
group like this should function?

Discussion is welcome on this list, or feel free to send me feedback


Received on Saturday, 16 July 2011 00:03:44 UTC