ISSUE-10: What is a first party?

What is a first party?

State:
CLOSED
Product:
Compliance Current
Raised by:
Opened on:
2011-09-21
Description:
As an example, CBS and C|Net are the same company but visually distinct websites/brand, is this a first party relationship?

Note change proposal: http://www.w3.org/wiki/Privacy/TPWG/Change_Proposal_Party_Definitions
Related Actions Items:
Related emails:
  1. Re: Signals for internal / external usage of site elements (the signals formerly called "1" and "3") (from singer@apple.com on 2014-01-09)
  2. Re: Chairs' decisions on Calls for Objection on tracking/party definitions (ISSUE-5, ISSUE-10) (from singer@apple.com on 2013-12-18)
  3. Re: Chairs' decisions on Calls for Objection on tracking/party definitions (ISSUE-5, ISSUE-10) (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-12-18)
  4. Re: Chairs' decisions on Calls for Objection on tracking/party definitions (ISSUE-5, ISSUE-10) (from singer@apple.com on 2013-12-18)
  5. Re: Chairs' decisions on Calls for Objection on tracking/party definitions (ISSUE-5, ISSUE-10) (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-12-18)
  6. RE: Chairs' decisions on Calls for Objection on tracking/party definitions (ISSUE-5, ISSUE-10) (from michael.oneill@baycloud.com on 2013-12-18)
  7. Chairs' decisions on Calls for Objection on tracking/party definitions (ISSUE-5, ISSUE-10) (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-12-17)
  8. Re: Agenda for December 11, 2013 call (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-12-10)
  9. Re: Agenda for December 11, 2013 call (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2013-12-10)
  10. RE: Agenda for December 11, 2013 call (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2013-12-10)
  11. Agenda for December 11, 2013 call (from ninja@w3.org on 2013-12-10)
  12. Concerns with ISSUE-161 (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-12-04)
  13. Updated Agenda for December 04, 2013 call - V02 (from ninja@w3.org on 2013-12-03)
  14. Draft Agenda for December 04, 2013 call - V01 (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-12-03)
  15. Agenda for November 20, 2013 call (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-11-19)
  16. Re: Call for Objections on ISSUES -16 and -204 (definitions of collect/retain/use/share/facilitates collection) (from jack@networkadvertising.org on 2013-11-14)
  17. Re: Call for Objections on ISSUES -16 and -204 (definitions of collect/retain/use/share/facilitates collection) (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-11-14)
  18. Re: Call for Objections on ISSUES -16 and -204 (definitions of collect/retain/use/share/facilitates collection) (from jack@networkadvertising.org on 2013-11-14)
  19. Re: Issue-5 Option C: No Definition (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-11-13)
  20. Re: Issue-5 Option C: No Definition (from Brooks.Dobbs@kbmg.com on 2013-11-13)
  21. Re: Issue-5 Option C: No Definition (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-11-13)
  22. Re: Issue-5 Option C: No Definition (from Brooks.Dobbs@kbmg.com on 2013-11-13)
  23. Re: Issue-5 Option C: No Definition (from jack@networkadvertising.org on 2013-11-13)
  24. Re: Issue-5 Option C: No Definition (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-11-13)
  25. Issue-5 Option C: No Definition (from jack@networkadvertising.org on 2013-11-13)
  26. Agenda for November 13, 2013 call (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-11-12)
  27. Re: Agenda for November 13, 2013 call (from singer@apple.com on 2013-11-12)
  28. Agenda for November 13, 2013 call (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-11-11)
  29. Re: Call for objections (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-11-11)
  30. Re: Call for objections (from jack@networkadvertising.org on 2013-11-11)
  31. Re: Call for objections (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-11-08)
  32. RE: Call for objections (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2013-11-08)
  33. Re: Call for objections (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-11-08)
  34. RE: Call for objections (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2013-11-08)
  35. Re: Call for objections (from jack@networkadvertising.org on 2013-11-08)
  36. Re: Call for objections (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2013-11-08)
  37. RE: [Call for Objections] Party definitions (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2013-11-08)
  38. RE: Call for objections (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2013-11-08)
  39. Re: Call for objections (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-11-08)
  40. Re: Agenda for November 06 (from tien@eff.org on 2013-11-08)
  41. Call for objections (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2013-11-08)
  42. [Call for Objections] Party definitions (from npdoty@w3.org on 2013-11-08)
  43. Fwd: Agenda for November 06 (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-11-06)
  44. RE: Issue-5 Proposal-7 (from rob@blaeu.com on 2013-10-30)
  45. RE: Issue-5 Proposal-7 (from jccannon@microsoft.com on 2013-10-30)
  46. Re: Issue-5 Proposal-7 (from rob@blaeu.com on 2013-10-30)
  47. Re: ISSUE-10 proposed text for discussion (from chris.mejia@iab.net on 2013-10-30)
  48. Re: Agenda for tomorrow, Issue-5 input, and regrets (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-10-30)
  49. Re: Agenda for tomorrow, Issue-5 input, and regrets (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-10-30)
  50. Issue-5 Proposal-7 (from michael.oneill@baycloud.com on 2013-10-30)
  51. RE: ISSUE-10 proposed text for discussion (from michael.oneill@baycloud.com on 2013-10-30)
  52. ISSUE-10 proposed text for discussion (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-10-30)
  53. Re: Agenda for tomorrow, Issue-5 input, and regrets (from singer@apple.com on 2013-10-30)
  54. Re: Agenda for tomorrow (from singer@apple.com on 2013-10-29)
  55. Agenda for tomorrow (from cargill@adobe.com on 2013-10-29)
  56. ISSUE-10: Discoverability (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-10-24)
  57. Re: Agenda 10.23.13 - Input on ISSUE-5 (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-10-23)
  58. Agenda 10.23.13 (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-10-21)
  59. Re: Additional documentation for Issue-229 (from npdoty@w3.org on 2013-10-19)
  60. Re: Change Proposals: Issue 10 (from npdoty@w3.org on 2013-10-15)
  61. Re: ISSUE-25 on the agenda for the October 02 call (from npdoty@w3.org on 2013-10-15)
  62. Re: New Change Proposal for Issue-10: remove party definitions (from dwainberg@appnexus.com on 2013-10-09)
  63. TPWG Agenda for the October 16 call (V01) (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-10-09)
  64. Re: TPWG Agenda for the October 09 call (V04) (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-10-09)
  65. Re: New Change Proposal for Issue-10: remove party definitions (from dwainberg@appnexus.com on 2013-10-08)
  66. Re: New Change Proposal for Issue-10: remove party definitions (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-10-08)
  67. Re: New Change Proposal for Issue-10: remove party definitions (from dwainberg@appnexus.com on 2013-10-08)
  68. Re: New Change Proposal for Issue-10: remove party definitions (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2013-10-08)
  69. Re: New Change Proposal for Issue-10: remove party definitions (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-10-08)
  70. New Change Proposal for Issue-10: remove party definitions (from dwainberg@appnexus.com on 2013-10-08)
  71. Re: TPWG Agenda for the October 09 call (V04) (from jack@networkadvertising.org on 2013-10-08)
  72. Re: TPWG Agenda for the October 09 call (V04) (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-10-08)
  73. Re: TPWG Agenda for the October 09 call (V04) (from singer@apple.com on 2013-10-07)
  74. Re: TPWG Agenda for the October 09 call (V04) (from jack@networkadvertising.org on 2013-10-07)
  75. TPWG Agenda for the October 09 call (V04) (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-10-07)
  76. Re: ISSUE-25 on the agenda for the October 02 call (from robsherman@fb.com on 2013-10-07)
  77. Re: ISSUE-25 on the agenda for the October 02 call (from robsherman@fb.com on 2013-10-07)
  78. ISSUE-25 on the agenda for the October 02 call (from kathy@esomar.org on 2013-10-04)
  79. Re: TPWG Agenda for the October 09 call (V03) (from jack@networkadvertising.org on 2013-10-03)
  80. TPWG Agenda for the October 09 call (V03) (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-10-03)
  81. Re: ISSUE-25 on the agenda for the October 02 call (from robsherman@fb.com on 2013-10-03)
  82. Re: Deadline for raising issues extended to October 06. (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-10-02)
  83. Re: Deadline for raising issues extended to October 06. (from jack@networkadvertising.org on 2013-10-02)
  84. TPWG Agenda for the October 09 call (V02) (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-10-02)
  85. ISSUE-25 on the agenda for the October 02 call (from kathy@esomar.org on 2013-10-02)
  86. Agenda for the October 02 call (V01) (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-10-01)
  87. Re: proposed short-term changes to TCS (from fielding@gbiv.com on 2013-09-28)
  88. Re: Party definition, was: Re: proposed short-term changes to TCS (from fielding@gbiv.com on 2013-09-28)
  89. Compliance document updates for review before next WD publication (was CVS WWW/2011/tracking-protection/drafts) (from npdoty@w3.org on 2013-09-28)
  90. Agenda for the Sept 25 call (V01) (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-09-24)
  91. Re: Party definition, was: Re: proposed short-term changes to TCS (ISSUE-10) (from fielding@gbiv.com on 2013-09-23)
  92. Re: Party definition, was: Re: proposed short-term changes to TCS (ISSUE-10) (from mts-std@schunter.org on 2013-09-23)
  93. Re: June Change proposal: definition of first party (Issue-10) (from tlr@w3.org on 2013-07-01)
  94. Re: June Change proposal: definition of first party (Issue-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2013-06-26)
  95. Re: June Change proposal: definition of first party (Issue-10) (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-06-26)
  96. Re: June Change proposal: definition of first party (Issue-10) (from tien@eff.org on 2013-06-26)
  97. Re: June Change proposal: definition of first party (Issue-10) (from npdoty@w3.org on 2013-06-25)
  98. June Change proposal: definition of first party (Issue-10) (from tien@eff.org on 2013-06-25)
  99. Re: issue and action cleanup proposals (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2013-05-21)
  100. Agenda for May 22 call (from peter@peterswire.net on 2013-05-21)
  101. Re: issue and action cleanup proposals (from ylagos@futureofprivacy.org on 2013-05-21)
  102. Re: issue and action cleanup proposals (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2013-05-19)
  103. issue and action cleanup proposals (from npdoty@w3.org on 2013-05-15)
  104. Re: Mapping the "framework" to ISSUEs (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2013-05-07)
  105. Mapping the "framework" to ISSUEs (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2013-05-07)
  106. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from rigo@w3.org on 2013-03-07)
  107. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from derhoermi@gmx.net on 2013-03-07)
  108. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from rigo@w3.org on 2013-03-06)
  109. Re: ACTION-273/ISSUE-181 (. . . multiple first parties) and ISSUE-10 (what is a first party?) (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2013-03-06)
  110. Re: ACTION-273/ISSUE-181 (. . . multiple first parties) and ISSUE-10 (what is a first party?) (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2013-03-06)
  111. RE: ACTION-273/ISSUE-181 (. . . multiple first parties) and ISSUE-10 (what is a first party?) (from CPedigo@online-publishers.org on 2013-03-06)
  112. RE: ACTION-273/ISSUE-181 (. . . multiple first parties) and ISSUE-10 (what is a first party?) (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-03-06)
  113. Re: ACTION-273; ACTION-368; ISSUE-10; Definitions related to first party, multiple first party, service provider/data processor (from peter@peterswire.net on 2013-03-06)
  114. Re: ACTION-273/ISSUE-181 (. . . multiple first parties) and ISSUE-10 (what is a first party?) (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-03-06)
  115. Re: ACTION-273; ACTION-368; ISSUE-10; Definitions related to first party, multiple first party, service provider/data processor (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2013-03-06)
  116. RE: ACTION-273/ISSUE-181 (. . . multiple first parties) and ISSUE-10 (what is a first party?) (from CPedigo@online-publishers.org on 2013-03-06)
  117. ACTION-273; ACTION-368; ISSUE-10; Definitions related to first party, multiple first party, service provider/data processor (from peter@peterswire.net on 2013-03-06)
  118. Re: ACTION-273/ISSUE-181 (. . . multiple first parties) and ISSUE-10 (what is a first party?) (from vigoel@adobe.com on 2013-03-06)
  119. ACTION-273/ISSUE-181 (. . . multiple first parties) and ISSUE-10 (what is a first party?) (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2013-03-06)
  120. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from derhoermi@gmx.net on 2013-03-03)
  121. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from peter@peterswire.net on 2013-03-01)
  122. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from justin@cdt.org on 2013-03-01)
  123. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from rigo@w3.org on 2013-03-01)
  124. RE: RE: RE: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from michael.oneill@baycloud.com on 2013-03-01)
  125. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from singer@apple.com on 2013-03-01)
  126. RE: RE: RE: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from michael.oneill@baycloud.com on 2013-03-01)
  127. Re: RE: RE: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from rigo@w3.org on 2013-02-28)
  128. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from derhoermi@gmx.net on 2013-02-28)
  129. RE: RE: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from a.hanff@think-privacy.com on 2013-02-27)
  130. Re: RE: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from rigo@w3.org on 2013-02-27)
  131. RE: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from a.hanff@think-privacy.com on 2013-02-27)
  132. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2013-02-27)
  133. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from justin@cdt.org on 2013-02-27)
  134. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from fielding@gbiv.com on 2013-02-27)
  135. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from justin@cdt.org on 2013-02-27)
  136. RE: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from a.hanff@think-privacy.com on 2013-02-27)
  137. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from justin@cdt.org on 2013-02-27)
  138. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from walter.van.holst@xs4all.nl on 2013-02-27)
  139. RE: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from a.hanff@think-privacy.com on 2013-02-27)
  140. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from justin@cdt.org on 2013-02-27)
  141. RE: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from a.hanff@think-privacy.com on 2013-02-27)
  142. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from heatherwest@google.com on 2013-02-27)
  143. RE: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from a.hanff@think-privacy.com on 2013-02-27)
  144. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from justin@cdt.org on 2013-02-27)
  145. Re: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from peter@peterswire.net on 2013-02-27)
  146. RE: ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from a.hanff@think-privacy.com on 2013-02-27)
  147. ISSUE-10 First party definition, ISSUE-60, ACTION-? (from justin@cdt.org on 2013-02-27)
  148. Re: Please reopen ISSUE-10 (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2013-01-23)
  149. Please reopen ISSUE-10 (from fielding@gbiv.com on 2013-01-22)
  150. Updated response to Aleecia's Template, Issue-10, Issue-17, Issue-19, Issue-22, Issue-24, Issue-25, Issue-31, Issue-49, Issue-73 (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2012-04-07)
  151. deeper look at agenda items (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2012-04-07)
  152. Aleecia's Template for Issue-10, Issue-17, Issue 19 (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2012-04-06)
  153. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2012-04-05)
  154. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from acolando@microsoft.com on 2012-04-05)
  155. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2012-04-05)
  156. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from clay.webster@cbsinteractive.com on 2012-04-05)
  157. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2012-04-05)
  158. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from clay.webster@cbsinteractive.com on 2012-04-05)
  159. Re: Issue Maintenance (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-29)
  160. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from singer@apple.com on 2012-03-28)
  161. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from gelman@blurryedge.com on 2012-03-28)
  162. Revised template for parties and business uses (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2012-03-28)
  163. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2012-03-28)
  164. template for parties and business uses (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2012-03-28)
  165. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from singer@apple.com on 2012-03-27)
  166. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from gelman@blurryedge.com on 2012-03-27)
  167. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2012-03-26)
  168. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from acolando@microsoft.com on 2012-03-25)
  169. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-22)
  170. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from acolando@microsoft.com on 2012-03-22)
  171. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from gelman@blurryedge.com on 2012-03-22)
  172. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-22)
  173. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from acolando@microsoft.com on 2012-03-22)
  174. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from gelman@blurryedge.com on 2012-03-22)
  175. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from achapell@chapellassociates.com on 2012-03-22)
  176. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2012-03-22)
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  179. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-21)
  180. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from acolando@microsoft.com on 2012-03-21)
  181. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2012-03-20)
  182. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2012-03-20)
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  187. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2012-03-16)
  188. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2012-03-16)
  189. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from acolando@microsoft.com on 2012-03-16)
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  192. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from ggieron@adtruth.com on 2012-03-16)
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  194. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-16)
  195. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from kevsmith@adobe.com on 2012-03-16)
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  198. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2012-03-16)
  199. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-16)
  200. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jccannon@microsoft.com on 2012-03-16)
  201. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2012-03-16)
  202. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from acolando@microsoft.com on 2012-03-16)
  203. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from rigo@w3.org on 2012-03-15)
  204. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2012-03-14)
  205. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2012-03-14)
  206. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from kevsmith@adobe.com on 2012-03-14)
  207. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-14)
  208. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-14)
  209. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from kevsmith@adobe.com on 2012-03-14)
  210. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from CPedigo@online-publishers.org on 2012-03-14)
  211. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2012-03-14)
  212. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2012-03-14)
  213. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from mike@iab.net on 2012-03-14)
  214. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from sharvey@google.com on 2012-03-14)
  215. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from sharvey@google.com on 2012-03-14)
  216. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-13)
  217. RE: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2012-03-13)
  218. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-13)
  219. Re: Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-13)
  220. Parties and First Party vs. Third Party (ISSUE-10) (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-13)
  221. RE: Agenda for 2012-Feb-14 call (from jccannon@microsoft.com on 2012-02-16)
  222. Agenda for 2012-Feb-14 call (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2012-02-16)
  223. Issue-10 housekeeping (was Re: technical, business, legal definitions) (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2012-02-12)
  224. Re: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from blsaws@gmail.com on 2012-01-23)
  225. Re: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from npdoty@w3.org on 2012-01-20)
  226. Re: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from dwainberg@appnexus.com on 2012-01-13)
  227. RE: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from CPedigo@online-publishers.org on 2012-01-11)
  228. Re: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from john@consumerwatchdog.org on 2012-01-11)
  229. RE: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from CPedigo@online-publishers.org on 2012-01-11)
  230. RE: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from CPedigo@online-publishers.org on 2012-01-11)
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  232. Re: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from justin@cdt.org on 2012-01-10)
  233. RE: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2012-01-09)
  234. Re: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from cedric@laurant.org on 2012-01-07)
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  239. Re: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from jeff@democraticmedia.org on 2012-01-06)
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  242. Re: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from rigo@w3.org on 2012-01-06)
  243. RE: Draft Text on First Parties and Third Parties (ACTION-34, ISSUE-10, ISSUE-26, ISSUE-88) (from acolando@microsoft.com on 2012-01-06)
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  259. Re: User intended interactions [1st & 3rd Parties] (from karld@opera.com on 2011-11-09)
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  264. RE: User intended interactions [1st & 3rd Parties] (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2011-11-08)
  265. User intended interactions [1st & 3rd Parties] (from tom@mozilla.com on 2011-11-08)
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  267. Re: Proposed First Party definition (from npdoty@w3.org on 2011-10-14)
  268. Re: Agenda for 2011-10-05 TPWG call (from npdoty@w3.org on 2011-10-09)
  269. Agenda for 2011-10-04 TPWG call (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2011-10-04)
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  271. Re: Facebook tracking (from fran@fb.com on 2011-09-26)
  272. Re: Facebook tracking (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2011-09-25)
  273. Facebook tracking (from karld@opera.com on 2011-09-25)
  274. ISSUE-10: What is a first party? As an example, CBS and C|Net are the same company but visually distinct websites/brand, is this a first party relationship? (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2011-09-21)

Related notes:

http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-tracking/2011Oct/0248.html

Aleecia McDonald, 28 Nov 2011, 11:13:53

http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-tracking/2011Oct/0288.html - Bjorn on search boxes

Aleecia McDonald, 28 Nov 2011, 11:15:42

Community Response 2012-01-08: Our acceptance of the Mayer-Lowenthal approach turns partly on its careful refusal to permit tracking by commonly branded affiliates under DNT: 1. Commonly branded affiliates may be in very different types of businesses and the fact that they share a corporate name is no guarantee that consumers will understand who they are or what they might do with their information.

Matthias Schunter, 30 Jan 2012, 17:25:28

Call for Objections: https://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/49311/tpwg-party-10/

Justin Brookman, 13 Nov 2013, 23:06:13

Pursuant to the Chairs' decision to the Call for Objections, party/first party/third party is defined as:

A party is a natural person, a legal entity, or a set of legal entities that share common owner(s), common controller(s), and a group identity that is easily discoverable by a user. Common branding or providing a list of affiliates that is available via a link from a resource where a party describes DNT practices are examples of ways to provide this discoverability.

Within the context of a given user action, a first party is a party with which the user intends to interact, via one or more network interactions, as a result of making that action. Merely hovering over, muting, pausing, or closing a given piece of content does not constitute a user's intent to interact with another party.

In some cases, a resource on the Web will be jointly controlled by two or more distinct parties. Each of those parties is considered a first party if a user would reasonably expect to communicate with all of them when accessing that resource. For example, prominent co-branding on the resource might lead a user to expect that multiple parties are responsible for the content or functionality.

For any data collected as a result of one or more network interactions resulting from a user's action, a third party is any party other than that user, a first party for that user action, or a service provider acting on behalf of either that user or that first party.

Justin Brookman, 18 Dec 2013, 03:54:38

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