Anno Pub 3

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Annotation (Or Part) Is Not Published Openly

Anno-Pub-3
Use case
A user wishes to keep their annotations private, or only share with a small group of people such as a reading group, academic research group or only with a set of friends in a social network. The user may also wish to keep only some aspect of the annotation private, for example the comment should be protected by the annotation can be shared openly, or vice versa. Regular web based authentication and authorization structures should be used to enable this functionality in an online environment to ensure interoperability, and proprietary structures in an offline system based on the device's user model.
Requirement(s)
* Authentication/Authorization for Annotation representation and/or Body representation
Stakeholder(s)
USERS-ALL
Ranking
TBD
Relations/dependencies
None
Relevant W3C group(s)/specification(s)
Primary: Open Annotation
Additional: JSON-LD (Serialization); RDF-WG (Model); HTML5 (body/work representation);
Comments
None
Submitted by
Rob Sanderson
Status
NEW