- By enabling users to share profiles and data across networks, social networking sites can grow further and open possibilities for a decentralized architecture for the Social Web.
- Contextual information, especially for mobile device users, can significantly enrich the social networking user experience.
- Many users remain unaware of the impact of social networking on their privacy.
The report highlights the need for an interoperable distributed social Web framework and suggests concrete next steps for W3C. W3C now welcomes interested parties to contribute to public discussion. See also video highlights from the Workshop or read the press release.