11 May 2010

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+352., +035850487aabb, Ashok_Malhotra, Thomas


<Ashok> What is the conference code?


MAWG feedback


RI comments


Other ideas?

Policy types?

DavidC: Sticky policies from PrimeLife - list of policy types

Hannes: keep it simple

DC: policy language specified?

Hannes: see CC as example, loose binding to content

<tlr> tlr: recommend simplifying

<tlr> ... identifier (URI)

<tlr> ... type (URI)

<tlr> ... that's all

<tlr> ... propose dropping value, organization

Thomas: Identifier - maybe deref or just the "identifier"

DavidC: need to get the policy?

<tlr> http://www.w3.org/Submission/ccREL/

<tlr> the point is: identifier is an *identifier*

<tlr> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-pling/2010Apr/0010.html

"This attribute holds the description of the license"

<tlr> http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/vocab/#

policy.type: see RDFa

<tlr> license

<tlr> license refers to a resource that defines the associated license.


ma: copyright = The copyright statement. Identification of the copyrights holder (Digital Right Management is out of scope for MAWG, see the [PLING] for more information on this topic
... policy = Description of the policy of the media resource or reference. see the [PLING] for more information on this topic

<tlr> I'm actually becoming convinced of having a policy field with a human-readable attribute, and http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml#license as the canonical type for a copyright license.

So if you look at:


and remove "issuer"

are were there?

<tlr> wfm

ma: createDate

<tlr> also, make type URI-valued


use the xhtml license URI

<scribe> ACTION: RI to writeup updated proposal for MAWG and sent to list [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2010/05/11-pling-minutes.html#action01]

<spreibus> apologies for the late arrival -- I only got the message about the time shift to 12h UTC now.

OK - thanks for joining!

<scribe> Agenda: US Privacy Bill


<spreibus> Thanks.

<tlr> http://www.ntia.doc.gov/frnotices/2010/FR_PrivacyNOI_04232010.pdf

Update on Current Items

PLING note....still going....contributions welcome

Geolocation Privacy

Workshop planned

<spreibus> re PLING note on Best Practices:

<tlr> http://www.w3.org/2010/api-privacy-ws/

<spreibus> how much of the "User Consent" is happening in the user agent and how much through the site? I would argue the browser is the better place, mainly because (a) it allows consistent presentation, similar to the current information bar in browsers, e.g. Firefox for GeoLocation; (b) because it allows recording of consent, similar to stored passwords

<tlr> spreibus, a possible answer is that access control isn't privacy

<tlr> we know how to do access control in the browser.

<spreibus> true, access control is not privacy.

<spreibus> I see the best practices as reaching beyond access.

<spreibus> eventually emphasising "informed consent"

Thomas, can u make the minutes and make public?

Summary of Action Items

[NEW] ACTION: RI to writeup updated proposal for MAWG and sent to list [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2010/05/11-pling-minutes.html#action01]
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