The "Safe Zone" is described in section 2.4.3 of the P3P1.0 specification. Any policies associated with the safe zone should be ignored by P3P user agents. However, if one were to encode the requirements and guidelines in section 2.4.3 into a policy, it would look something like the following. This example policy was written to provide guidance for implementers.
<POLICY xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/12/P3Pv1" discuri="http://www.example.com/safezonepolicy.html"> <ENTITY><!-- Note sites with consumer service information are encouraged to provide it in the entity field. --> <DATA-GROUP> <DATA ref="#business.name">Example, Corp.</DATA> <DATA ref="#business.contact-info.online.email">email@example.com</DATA> <DATA ref="#business.contact-info.postal.street>3999 Lincoln Ave.</DATA> <DATA ref="#business.contact-info.postal.city">Birmingham<DATA> <DATA ref="#business.contact-info.postal.stateprov>MI</DATA> <DATA ref="#business.contact-info.postal.postalcode>48009</DATA> <DATA ref="#business.contact-info.postal.country>USA</DATA> <DATA ref="#business.contact-info.online.email>firstname.lastname@example.org</DATA> <DATA ref="#business.contact-info.telecom.telephone.intcode">1</DATA> <DATA ref="#business.contact-info.telecom.telephone.loccode">248</DATA> <DATA ref="#business.contact-info.telecom.telephone.number">3926753</DATA> </DATA-GROUP> </ENTITY> <ACCESS><none/></ACCESS> <DISPUTES-GROUP> <DISPUTES resolution-type="service" service="http://www.example.com/privacy.html" short-description="Please contact our customer service desk with privacy concerns by emailing email@example.com"/> </DISPUTES-GROUP> <STATEMENT> <PURPOSE><admin/></PURPOSE> <RECIPIENT><ours/></RECIPIENT> <RETENTION><indefinitely/></RETENTION><!-- Note sites are encouraged to have a retention policy, especially in cases such as safe zone collection where indefinite retention is not likely to enhance site administration. --> <DATA-GROUP> <DATA ref="#dynamic.clickstream"/> <DATA ref="#dynamic.http.useragent"/> </DATA-GROUP> </STATEMENT> </POLICY>
Created by: Ari Schwartz, March 13, 2001
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