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Osbakk, Patrik; Ryan, Nick S.
Publisher: Viktoria Institute
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: QA76
In this extended abstract we describe how CC/PP, a framework for describing user preferences and device capabilities, can be extended to support general contextual information. Whilst there has been some concern for privacy issues in the intended uses of CC/PP, this more general use increases the need for protecting sensitive contextual information. We describe how an additional privacy profile can be used together with P3P, to determine what information is revealed.
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