Third Generation: Social Protocols

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Social protocols are the application of second generation protocols towards problems of social relevance like content regulation, IPR, and privacy.

W3C is developing tools necessary for creating rich content, managing trust relationships, and making verifiable assertions.

These tools enable others to build new applications, offer sophisticated services and to build Web markets.

Joseph Reagle, W3C/LCS/MIT