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This is the specification of the Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P). This document, along with its normative references, includes all the specification necessary for the implementation of interoperable P3P applications.
This is the specification of the Platform for Privacy Preferences 1.1 (P3P 1.1). This document, along with its normative references, includes all the specification necessary for the implementation of interoperable P3P 1.1 applications. P3P 1.1 is based on the P3P 1.0 Recommendation and adds some features using the P3P 1.0 Extension mechanism. It also contains a new binding mechanism that can be used to bind policies for XML Applications beyond HTTP transactions.
This is a guide to help site operators deploy the Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) on their site. It provides information on the tasks required, and gives guidance on how to best complete them.
This document describes an RDF Schema for P3P.
These specifications have either been superseded by others, or have been abandoned. They remain available for archival purposes, but are not intended to be used.
This document complements the P3P1.0 specification [P3P10] by specifying a language for describing collections of preferences regarding P3P policies between P3P agents. Using this language, a user can express her preferences in a set of preference-rules (called a ruleset), which can then be used by her user agent to make automated or semi-automated decisions regarding the acceptability of machine-readable privacy policies from P3P enabled Web sites.