W3C Workshop Goals and Background
"The World Wide Web Consortium is sponsoring a workshop to discuss future applications of P3P and the Enterprise Privacy Languages, and get feedback on what additional specifications or coordination efforts might be necessary to support them. We are inviting position papers that discuss either technology or policy considerations (or both) for the long-term future of P3P. Papers can be based on the current P3P specification, but also go beyond backwards compatibility to P3P 1.0. The results of this workshop will inform W3C's decision making on future P3P strategy, stimulate discussions of new developments and directions for the long-term future of P3P and privacy metadata based solutions in general and facilitate coordination with organizations engaged in related efforts."
- Privacy Workshop main reference page
- Workshop Call for Participation
- Public archive for the workshop mailing list.
- Independent Center for Privacy Protection [Unabhängiges Landeszentrum für Datenschutz Schleswig-Holstein ]
- The Platform for Privacy Preferences 1.0 (P3P1.0) Specification. W3C Recommendation 16-April-2002.
- W3C Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) Project
- W3C Technology and Society Domain
- See: W3C 2002 Workshop on the Future of P3P. November 12-13, 2002. Campus of America Online, Dulles, Virginia, USA.
- See: IBM Enterprise Privacy Authorization Language (EPAL). Note the Reader's Guide to the Documentation.
- "Enterprise Privacy Authorization Language (EPAL)" - Main reference page.
- "Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) Project" - Main reference page.
- Security, Privacy, and Personalization. General references.