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Re: Issue-5 Proposal-7

From: Rob van Eijk <rob@blaeu.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2013 21:00:12 +0100
To: "Roy T. Fielding" <fielding@gbiv.com>
Cc: "Mike O'Neill" <michael.oneill@baycloud.com>, "'David Singer'" <singer@apple.com>, "'Carl Cargill'" <cargill@adobe.com>, public-tracking@w3.org
Message-ID: <c73e2ae9f18bf5dca2c02e2eafeb973b@xs4all.nl>

Comment noted, you can save your objection for the Call for objections.
Rob

Roy T. Fielding schreef op 2013-10-30 20:18:
> On Oct 30, 2013, at 9:53 AM, Rob van Eijk wrote:
> 
>> non normative addendum:
>> 
>> Tracking includes automated real time decisions, intended to analyse 
>> or predict the personality or certain personal aspects relating to a 
>> natural person, including the analysis and prediction of the person’s 
>> health, economic situation, information on political or philosophical 
>> beliefs , performance at work, leisure, personal preferences or 
>> interests, details and patterns on behavior, detailed location or 
>> movements.
> 
> To be perfectly clear, NO.  Tracking does not include those things
> unless they happen to be based on tracking data, and thus the above
> text has nothing to do with the definition of tracking itself.
> For example, the above is already being done with contextual data
> present in a single request.
> 
>> Tracking is defined in a technological neutral way and includes e.g. 
>> cookie based tracking technology, active and passive fingerprinting 
>> techniques.
> 
> Which is clear from either proposed definition (but not the
> proposal of no definition) and does not need to be repeated.
> 
> ....Roy
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