[WG-P3] Call for Votes: Privacy Statement for the IGF
jtrentadams at gmail.com
Sat Sep 4 22:37:51 EDT 2010
Anna - Thanks, I'll count your vote as a "no".
If we want to stop this vote and go with another statement, I suggest
everyone who wants to do that vote "no" immediately (explaining the
same desire expressed by Anna).
That will speed up this process. Otherwise, if there are not enough
votes (yes or no), we're going to have to wait until this motion
closes before taking a second path.
... and that will be too late to submit something to the IGF.
Please vote so we can hop to another version if there's enough
interest to do so.
On Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 8:20 AM, Anna Slomovic <aslomovic at anakam.com> wrote:
> I am sorry, but like some of the others, I am uncomfortable with the statement that includes "user-driven" architecture. I understand Frederik's point about the importance of confidence and transparency, but I do not think user-driven design is not workable in all circumstances when credentials are involved. I believe the statement was better before the change was inserted and would ask the group to go to the earlier version.
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> From: wg-p3-bounces at kantarainitiative.org [wg-p3-bounces at kantarainitiative.org] On Behalf Of J. Trent Adams [jtrentadams at gmail.com]
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> Subject: [WG-P3] Call for Votes: Privacy Statement for the IGF
> All -
> This is a formal call for you to vote on the following motion regarding
> the proposed statement the P3WG will submit to the "Future of Privacy
> Workshop" at the upcoming Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Vilnius,
> MOTION: To submit the following statement regarding the future of
> privacy for inclusion in the "Future of Privacy Workshop" at the 2010
> Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Vilnius, Lithuania:
> The Kantara Initiative Privacy & Public Policy Work Group (P3WG)
> believes that it is important to support the open development of
> globally-applicable privacy standards, both technical and regulatory, in
> order to enhance confidence in the Internet ecosystem. To do so, the
> P3WG actively engages with individuals, enterprises, policymakers,
> regulators and adoption communities on best practices and common
> solutions. Fundamental to effective privacy are transparent user-driven
> design architectures that secure private information and enable
> information-sharing in a privacy-enhancing manner. Only by
> multi-stakeholder collaboration will viable solutions emerge, be
> deployed, and maintained.
> Your voting options:
> A. Reply with any discussion on this motion prior to voting.
> NOTE: Suggested edits to this statement will require a
> restart of this voting process.
> B. Reply to this message with "YES" if you support submitting
> this statement as written.
> C. Reply to this message with "NO" if you do not support
> submitting this statement as written. Also, please include
> your rationale for a "NO" vote.
> D. Reply to this message with an "ABSTAIN" if you abstain.
> The deadline for voting is Friday, September 10 at 23:59 UTC.
> This vote requires a Simple Majority to pass (i.e. more than 50% of
> votes received - excluding abstentions).
> Thank you for your consideration.
> - Trent
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