Re: First party compliance

Thanks, Rigo and Susan.

Proposal and counterproposal both noted:


Thomas Roessler, W3C <> (@roessler)

On 2013-06-26, at 18:50 +0200, Rigo Wenning <> wrote:

> Counterproposal: 
> First parties may elect to be more restrictive in their data collection 
> practices than proscribed in this Specification. If first parties only 
> collect data as permitted for third parties when receiving a DNT:1 
> header, they can indicate this according to the tracking status message 
> as set forth in the Tracking Preference Expression Specification. This 
> also allows them to use DNT:0 as a permission mechanism for regulated 
> environments. 
> --Rigo
> On Wednesday 26 June 2013 02:30:11 Israel, Susan wrote:
>> In Section 4, First Party Compliance, I think the third paragraph
>> "(First parties may elect to follow third party practices.") should
>> be deleted.
>> I don't think it's meaningful and I think it's better to have one
>> clear rule rather than offering different levels of compliance.
>> Susan Israel

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