A formal semantics for P3P

  title={A formal semantics for P3P},
  author={Ting Yu and Ninghui Li and Annie I. Ant{\'o}n},
The Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P), developed by the W3C, provides an XML-based language for websites to encode their data-collection and data-use practices in a machine-readable form. To fully deploy P3P in enterprise information systems and over the Web, a well-defined semantics for P3P policies is a must, which is lacking in the current P3P framework. Without a formal semantics, a P3P policy may be semantically inconsistent and may be interpreted and represented differently by… CONTINUE READING
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