REVIEW: "Web Site Privacy with P3P", Helena Lindskog/Stefan Lindskog
- BKWSPP3P.RVW 20031019
"Web Site Privacy with P3P", Helena Lindskog/Stefan Lindskog, 2003,
%A Helena Lindskog
%A Stefan Lindskog
%C 5353 Dundas Street West, 4th Floor, Etobicoke, ON M9B 6H8
%I John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
%O U$40.00/C$61.95/UK#27.95 416-236-4433 fax: 416-236-4448
%P 244 p.
%T "Web Site Privacy with P3P"
Chapter one is a brief but reasonable introduction to privacy.
Internet security gets the same level of treatment in chapter two.
The World Wide Web is explained in chapter three. Privacy and the net
are examined in chapter four. All of this acts as background by the
time we get to chapter five, which explains the Platform for Privacy
Preferences, or P3P. Chapter six describes how to enhance your Web
chapter seven. Chapter eight lists such a policy in English, and then
nine provides a detailed structure of how the policy is established
using P3P. Special consideration for cookies is outlined in chapter
ten. Chapter eleven examines P3P tools. P3P and mobile networking,
as well as XML source code for policies, is given in chapter twelve.
A serviceable guide, with no major problems, but no stellar qualities,
copyright Robert M. Slade, 2003 BKWSPP3P.RVW 20031019
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