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Privacy What Developers and IT Professionals Should Know by J. C. Cannon

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Deploying P3P at a Web Site

The integration of P3P for a Web site can be accomplished by creating three files and extending the HTTP response header. The first file is the P3P reference file. This file is used to define the location for a site's P3P policy file and the scope for the P3P policy. The second file is the P3P policy file, which is the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) version of the Web site's privacy policy. The third file is the full privacy statement, which most Web sites have already defined.

The P3P compact policy is the last piece of content that needs to be created to complete your P3P integration. This is a series of codes that are placed in the response header.

The complete definition for P3P can be found on the W3C Web site ...

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