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Mobile Location Services: The Definitive Guide by Andrew Jagoe

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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction

1.1 The P3P1.0 Specification

1.1.1 Goals and Capabilities of P3P1.0

1.1.2 Example of P3P in Use

1.1.3 P3P Policies

1.1.4 P3P User Agents

1.1.5 Implementing P3P1.0 on Servers

1.1.6 Future Versions of P3P

1.2 About this Specification

1.3 Terminology

2 Referencing Policies

2.1 Overview and Purpose of Policy References

2.2 Locating Policy Reference Files

2.2.1 Well-Known Location

2.2.2 HTTP Headers

2.2.3 The HTML link Tag

2.2.4 HTTP ports and other protocols

2.3 Policy Reference File Syntax and Semantics

2.3.1 Example Policy Reference File

2.3.2 Policy Reference File Definition

2.3.2.1 Policy reference file processing

2.3.2.1.1 Significance of order

2.3.2.1.2 Wildcards in policy reference files

2.3.2.2 The META and POLICY-REFERENCES ...

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