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Re: Draft changes to CAPTCHA Note - security and privacy

From: David Sloan <dsloan@paciellogroup.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2018 11:44:51 +0100
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To: Research Questions Task Force <public-rqtf@w3.org>
+1 This does help to set expectations for the remainder of the document. Thanks, Jason!

In reading through this draft, I’d like to propose an edit to the first paragraph of Section 1 (Introduction), which attempts to clarify the sentence meaning by identifying in parenthesis examples of resources that are attractive to aggregators.

Replace:

Web sites with resources that are attractive to aggregators such as sign-up web pages, travel and event ticket sites, web-based email accounts, and social media portals have taken measures to ensure that they can offer their service to individual users without exposing their data and content to web robots.

With:

Web sites with resources that are attractive to aggregators—such as sign-up web pages, travel and event ticket sites, web-based email accounts, and social media portals—have taken measures to ensure that they can offer their service to individual users without exposing their data and content to web robots.

Dave

> On 15 Aug 2018, at 08:58, Scott Hollier <scott@hollier.info> wrote:
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> To Jason
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> This is great work and in my opinion works well in clearly identifying the scope of the note while still acknowledging the fact that accessibility, privacy and security are all important access factors. It feeds in well from the introduction and also acknowledges why a little more detail is provided in the security section. In my opinion it gets the balance right based on our discussions and the feedback received. 
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> From: White, Jason J <jjwhite@ets.org> 
> Sent: Wednesday, 15 August 2018 2:12 AM
> To: Research Questions Task Force <public-rqtf@w3.org>
> Subject: Draft changes to CAPTCHA Note - security and privacy
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> In fulfillment of my action from last week, I’ve added material on security and privacy that explicitly confines the scope of the document.
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> I created a new section, and added the proposed text as a subsection that precedes the existing text on security of CAPTCHAs.
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> Please see section 2 of the branch at
> https://rawgit.com/w3c/apa/security-privacy-considerations/captcha/
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