The current privacy protocol standard is the Platform for Privacy Preferences, or P3P, set forth by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Computers>Security>Internet>Privacy>Protocols is focused for sites which have privacy protocol information, and in particular, related protocol development, P3P implementation, and future privacy protocol research. Information includes tools, current specification standards, and articles. A sub-category has been added for news and historical reference.

Please submit any and all sites pertaining to privacy protocols and protocol implementation. Articles and papers are welcomed.


Please submit news items, and historical references, to Computers: Security: Internet: Privacy: Protocols: News

While the parent category, Computers: Security: Internet: Privacy: Protocols, is concerned with Privacy Protocol development, implementation, and future research, Computers: Security: Internet: Privacy: Protocols: News, is focused for current news items, discussions and historical reference on Privacy Protocols.
Please submit any and all news items or historical references on the topic. Out-of-date news items, still available for viewing, can serve as historical reference.