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Re: text for Request for Comments/Call for Objections, with deadline this Friday

From: Nicholas Doty <npdoty@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2013 15:09:37 -0400
Cc: "public-tracking@w3.org" <public-tracking@w3.org>
Message-Id: <7820A01E-AE30-4156-A712-50A3C17203C1@w3.org>
To: Peter Swire <peter@peterswire.net>
Hello Working Group,

Questionnaire for Call for Objections on ISSUE-215 is now available here:
   https://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/49311/datahygiene/

Participants will need to log in with their W3C accounts in order to submit responses; if you're having problems with your account, please contact me off-list. Please submit a single response for each organization if multiple participants from your organization have comments. The questions and your responses are visible to the public here:
   https://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/49311/datahygiene/results

As Peter has noted, objections are due through this form by 5pm Pacific Time this Friday, July 12, 2013.

I've updated the group home page and the appropriate wiki pages with a link to the questionnaire.

Thanks,
Nick

On Jul 10, 2013, at 11:30 AM, Peter Swire <peter@peterswire.net> wrote:

> Below please find the current version of the request for comments/call for objections, for comments due this Friday at 5:00 p.m. pacific.  We expect to discuss this on the call today.
>  
>  
> Overview:
>  
> This question addresses ISSUE-215. The group's decision will also affect
> subsequent decisions on ISSUEs 5, 16, 188, 199.
>  
> The Digital Advertising Alliance and other groups havesubmitted a package
> of proposed changes to the Editors Draft (also known as the “June Draft.”).  See PDF of proposed changes, as amended on July 9.  This package proposes changes
> to the definitions of "tracking", "de-identified", "de-linked", and
> "third-party compliance."  It deletes any requirement to shift to no
> unique identifier where that is reasonably available.
>  
> Under either option, there would be subsequent consideration in the
> Working Group of change proposals.  The focus of this Call for Objections
> is to determine the base text, and consideration subsequently of change
> proposals will be shaped by which text is used as the base going forward.
>  
> This Call for Objections is a step in our "Getting to Closed"
> <http://www.w3.org/2011/tracking-protection/decision-policy.html>.
>  
> If you have an objection to one or more of these proposed options, please
> describe your objection via this poll with clear and specific reasoning.
> (The purpose of the poll is not to gather a count.)
>  
> =====
>  
> Option A: Adopt the DAA proposal as base text
>  
> Adopt the DAA proposal as base text, including to make the proposed
> changes to definitions of "tracking", "de-identified", "de-linked", and
> third-party compliance, and to delete any requirement to shift to no
> unique identifier where that is reasonably available.
> =====
>  
> Option B: Continue with Editors Draft as base text
>  
> Continue to have the Editors Draft as base text, and decide not to adopt
> the set of changes listed in Option A.
>  
> =====
> 
> 
> Prof. Peter P. Swire
> C. William O'Neill Professor of Law
> 	Ohio State University
> 240.994.4142
> www.peterswire.net
> 
> Beginning August 2013:
> Nancy J. and Lawrence P. Huang Professor
> Law and Ethics Program
> Scheller College of Business
> Georgia Institute of Technology
> 
> 


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