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W3C's Platform for Privacy

Snoop Baron wrote in to tell us that W3C has released a working draft for a system to let web sites more cleanly collect personal info, without forcing visitors into coughing up personal details that they don't want to share. You can read more here.
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W3C's Platform for Privacy

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