The IETF Geopriv and Presence Architecture Focusing on Location Privacy

@inproceedings{Tschofenig2006TheIG,
  title={The IETF Geopriv and Presence Architecture Focusing on Location Privacy},
  author={Hannes Tschofenig and Henning Schulzrinne and Andrew M W Newton and J. Peterson and Allison Mankin},
  year={2006}
}
The Geographic Location/Privacy (geopriv) working group defines the concept of a ’using protocol’, a protocol that carries Geopriv location objects. Geopriv also defines various scenarios for the distribution of location objects that require the concept of subscriptions and asynchronous notifications. This document shows the big picture with the alignment of the Geopriv and the presence architecture. 
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