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Monday, December 06, 2010


Matthew E (CaringAboutSecurity)

You ask, "Should we replace disclosures with something that actually provides consumer protection?" Something modeled on P3P (google it) would be the thing to consider, but perhaps with government mandates, as with credit card-disclosures.

Matthew E (CaringAboutSecurity)

Sure would be easier if you could get them in text and compare them to boilerplate, peer-edited, community-critiqued ones using wiki-style diff tools! HINT: !

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