Re: Fwd: [W3C Web Security IG] about fingerprining and TAG position


I have read the feedback from the TAG. To me it seems clear that we should
follow all suggestons.

It is the precisely the combinaton of technical realities and experience of
the TAG working in harmony with the privacy principles we herald/encourage
coming to fruition. This was thoughtful feedback.

I wholeheartedly support co-authoring a Fingerprinting Position document
with the TAG.

* katie *

Katie Haritos-Shea @ GMAIL
On May 26, 2015 4:50 AM, "Christine Runnegar" <> wrote:

>  Hi all.
>  The TAG has provided some feedback on the draft Fingerprinting Guidance
> for Web Specifications Authors
>  We encourage you to read the draft and the feedback (link below), and
> then to share you thoughts on how to improve the document.
>  Note: Where possible, please suggest text edits and/or examples
>  Christine and Tara
>  Begin forwarded message:
>  *From: *GALINDO Virginie <>
>  *Subject: **[W3C Web Security IG] about fingerprining and TAG position*
>  *Date: *22 May 2015 11:13:00 am GMT+2
>  *To: *"" <>
>  *Resent-From: *<>
>   Dear all,
>  FYI, in case you missed it, TAG reviewed Fingerprinting Guidance edited
> by PING.
>  Leading to an interesting debateā€¦
>  Regards,
>  Virginie
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