[Wg-p3] FW: P3 Call to Action: Strategic Focus

Robin Wilton futureidentity at fastmail.fm
Fri Sep 25 01:01:36 PDT 2009

Thanks Colin -

I agree: a P3WG analysis of (and comments on) those SC27 WG5
documents would be a win-win;

- it would help establish us as a credible, active and visible
group in the broader community;

- it would help us avoid re-inventing material for an IAF Privacy
Module, if the work has already been done.

Some weeks ago I circulated to P3WG some draft notes on the idea
of the Privacy Module. As the group now has quite a few more
members, I attach a further copy of those notes and would again
welcome members' review and comment. The document is not long -
just a couple of pages and some diagrams - so please, everyone,
take a few moments to read and respond.

With best wishes,


On Fri, 25 Sep 2009 19:49 +1200, "Colin Wallis"
<colin_wallis at hotmail.com> wrote:

  Thanks Jeff

  Certainly 'designed - in' privacy is often talked about a heck
  of a lot harder to do.

  There was some work started in Liberty around Privacy
  assurance - to map to the Idebntity assurance Framework which
  is well on its way to wide acceptance.

  Likewise, privacy needs to be designed into architectures. I'm
  on the ISO SC27 WG5 which has both the Privacy
  Framework (29100) and Privacy Reference Architecture (29101)
  under its wing.  While the former is through to 1st CD
  constributions for both are thin on the ground.  This group
  could do worse than make a major effort to submit comments to
  those  (hopefully with everyone having a broadly aligned view
  of the approach). Then you have taken the high ground.


  Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 13:47:15 -0400
  From: stollman.j at gmail.com
  To: wg-p3 at kantarainitiative.org
  Subject: [Wg-p3] P3 Call to Action: Strategic Focus
  At this week's telecon, Susan Landau made the insightful
  observation that as P3 bootstraps itself into operation, we
  have focused primarily on tactical reaction to government
  actions (primarily in the US).  We have not established our
  own strategic agenda.
  In order to transform ourselves from tactical fire-fighting to
  a respected leadership force in Privacy, we need to formulate
  our strategic agenda.
  This will be a key topic on our next call (next Thursday 01
  OCT). To get the most out of that discussion I believe it
  would be best to begin the discussion in advance.  I invite
  all members (active and observer) to submit your thoughts and
  goals via email through the P3wg distribution list
  <[1]wg-p3 at kantarainitiative.org> and initiate discussions.
  Thank you for your participation.
  Acting Vice-chairman, Privacy and Public Policy working group
  Jeff Stollman
  [2]stollman.j at gmail.com
  1 202.683.8699

  Find someone to snuggle up with [3]Brrr... its getting cold
  out there


1. mailto:wg-p3 at kantarainitiative.org
2. mailto:stollman.j at gmail.com
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Robin Wilton

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Director of Privacy and Public Policy, Liberty Alliance

+44 (0)705 005 2931
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