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Benjamin Wright : "The [ IE6 P3P ] filters force administrators to post new privacy policies for their web sites,

coded in a technical language called P3P. The filters punish administrators who fail to publish properly coded P3P privacy policies by blocking or impeding their cookies. Cookies are an important web feature. The P3P coding language raises, for any corporation, government agency or other institution that uses it, a lawsuit danger. A privacy policy written in it exposes the organization to liability, with little or no escape."

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Fredric L. Rice : FBI may not appreciate the risks with Carnivore sniffing E-Mail ←  → The dict-ified word of the day is nascent