ISSUE-123: Third parties should be prohibited from acting or representing themselves as first parties.

Third parties should be prohibited from acting or representing themselves as first parties.

State:
POSTPONED
Product:
Compliance Next
Raised by:
Thomas Lowenthal
Opened on:
2012-02-01
Description:
The point here is that if I am "the tracking company" then I should not publish my beacons while hiding under 1st party rules. In particular (for current response header proposal) I should not be allowed to publish a widget/beacon that signals "I am intended for 1st party use (and follow the corresponding rules)" while actually only being designed for 3rd party use as an embedded element.
Related Actions Items:
Related emails:
  1. Re: Agenda for 5 September 2012 call (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-09-04)
  2. Re: Agenda for 5 September 2012 call (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-09-04)
  3. Re: Agenda for 5 September 2012 call (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-09-04)
  4. Re: Agenda for 5 September 2012 call (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2012-09-04)
  5. FW: Agenda for 5 September 2012 call (from Brooks.Dobbs@kbmg.com on 2012-09-04)
  6. Agenda for 5 September 2012 call (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2012-09-04)
  7. Agenda for 22 August 2012 call (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2012-08-21)
  8. Re: agenda for 1 August 2012 call (from ifette@google.com on 2012-08-01)
  9. Re: agenda for 1 August 2012 call (from david@networkadvertising.org on 2012-08-01)
  10. agenda for 1 August 2012 call (from aleecia@aleecia.com on 2012-07-31)
  11. ACTION-116 ISSUE-123 Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from rigo@w3.org on 2012-03-07)
  12. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from vigoel@adobe.com on 2012-03-01)
  13. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from ggieron@adtruth.com on 2012-03-01)
  14. RE: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from kevsmith@adobe.com on 2012-03-01)
  15. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from justin@cdt.org on 2012-03-01)
  16. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from ggieron@adtruth.com on 2012-03-01)
  17. RE: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from kevsmith@adobe.com on 2012-03-01)
  18. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from ggieron@adtruth.com on 2012-03-01)
  19. RE: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from kevsmith@adobe.com on 2012-03-01)
  20. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from jmayer@stanford.edu on 2012-03-01)
  21. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from justin@cdt.org on 2012-03-01)
  22. RE: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2012-03-01)
  23. RE: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from kevsmith@adobe.com on 2012-03-01)
  24. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from singer@apple.com on 2012-03-01)
  25. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from jbrookman@cdt.org on 2012-02-29)
  26. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from jfurtsch@truste.com on 2012-02-29)
  27. RE: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from wileys@yahoo-inc.com on 2012-02-29)
  28. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from fielding@gbiv.com on 2012-02-29)
  29. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from tom@mozilla.com on 2012-02-29)
  30. Re: Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from fielding@gbiv.com on 2012-02-29)
  31. Third parties should not pretend to be first parties (from tom@mozilla.com on 2012-02-29)
  32. tracking-ISSUE-123: Third parties should be prohibited from acting or representing themselves as first parties. [Tracking Definitions and Compliance] (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2012-02-01)

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- Issue-123, third parties should be prohibited from acting or representing themselves as first parties
STATUS: postponed while we work through party definitions

Aleecia McDonald, 11 Sep 2012, 18:10:22

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