Edit ISSUE-95: May an institution or network provider set a tracking preference for a user?

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Aleecia McDonald, 28 Nov 2011, 10:23:45

TPE (20 Jan 2012) says

Key to that notion of expression is that it must reflect the user's preference, not the preference of some institutional or network-imposed mechanism outside the user's control. Although some controlled network environments, such as public access terminals or managed corporate intranets, might impose restrictions on the use or configuration of installed user agents, such that a user might only have access to user agents with a predetermined preference enabled, the user is at least able to choose whether to make use of those user agents. In contrast, if a user brings their own Web-enabled device to a library or cafe with wireless Internet access, the expectation will be that their chosen user agent and personal preferences regarding Web site behavior will not be altered by the network environment, aside from blanket limitations on what sites can or cannot be accessed through that network.

Roy Fielding, 20 Jan 2012, 21:36:22

Thomas addressed Rigo's point on the mailing list. Moving to pending review. We have text from Shane & David, but we never discussed it.

Aleecia McDonald, 6 Mar 2012, 11:01:35


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