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Advance Program

W3C Workshop on the Future of P3P

12-13 November 2002, Dulles, Virginia USA

The Program is subject to change.

Tuesday, 12 November 2002

Moderator: Lorrie Cranor (AT&T)

9-9:30 am - Opening Session

9:30-11 am - Vocabulary Issues

This session will discuss specific scenarios where the current P3P vocabulary may not be well suited for describing actual privacy practices.

11:30 am - 12:30 pm - User and Implementer Experiences

This session will include panelists representative of both web site users and end users

12:30-1:30 pm - Lunch

1:30-3 pm Compact Policies, Cookies, and Performance Issues

This session will focus on problems related to compact policies, the issues addressed by compact policies, and possible alternatives; problems related to cookie policies; and performance issues unrelated to cookies

3:30-5 pm - Identity Management and Negotiation

This session will focus on the relationship between P3P and identity management, consent mechanisms, and negotiated privacy agreements

5-6:30 pm - Perspectives on P3P Goals

7:30 pm - Dinner - Big Bowl, 11915 Democracy Drive, Reston, VA

Wednesday, 13 November 2002

Moderator: Daniel Weitzner (W3C)

9-10:30 am - Legal Issues

This session will focus on the following questions: How much weight do P3P statements have from a consumer law perspective? >From a contract law/GLBA perspective? To what degree are P3P policies binding and how will they be interpreted? Is it possible through exchange of XML to obtain consent form the user?

11am - 12:30pm - User Agent Guidelines and Conformance

This session will focus on whether further specifications are needed for P3P user agent implementations, and if so the form they should take (guidelines, standards, etc.) and the process for developing these specifications

12:30-1:30 pm - Lunch

1:30-3 pm - Mobile Devices and Location Privacy

This session will focus on the relationship between P3P and standards related to mobile devices and location information, as well as the use of P3P in mobile devices

3:30-5:30 pm - Next Steps

This session will discuss the process for moving forward with future P3P work; how to involve stakeholders; coordination with other organizations; and recommendations for P3P 1.1, P3P 2.0, and other next steps

Rigo Wenning, W3C Privacy Activity Lead

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