Re: [privacydir] Privacy directorate/IAB privacy program meeting at IETF 81

Stephen Farrell <> Tue, 19 July 2011 08:29 UTC

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Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2011 09:29:21 +0100
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Subject: Re: [privacydir] Privacy directorate/IAB privacy program meeting at IETF 81
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As a SEC AD I've one further issue, to go at the end probably, but practically an important one. It's put in it's proper place below:-)


On 19 Jul 2011, at 06:22, Alissa Cooper <> wrote:

> Here are the details for the privacy directorate/privacy program meeting at IETF 81:
> Date: Monday, July 25, 2011
> Time: 8:45pm to 10:15pm
> Location: Hilton Quebec, meeting room 304 A (the IAB room)
> Meeting materials:
> Dinner will not be available, please eat beforehand
> The privacy reviews linked at the above page were written recently for a variety of purposes: the EAP and IPv6 ones try to review the history of privacy thinking as the protocols developed, the SAVI and IPFIX ones were done as privacy directorate reviews, the presence and AAA ones are included as examples in draft-morris-privacy-considerations-03, and the ABFAB and mobility ones analyze architectures in development. We'll kick off the meeting with these questions:
> -- Are there issues or lessons learned that appear repeatedly in these reviews? What can we generalize about those?
> -- Are there any general criteria that are emerging to help protocol designers review their documents for privacy considerations? What questions are reviewers asking themselves? What questions should they be asking themselves?
> -- Is there any sort of classification of threats that can be drawn from these reviews? Which threats are or are not discussed?

- How do we get reviews done (at least a few days, better a week) before the relevant IESG telechat so that the review has impact and isn't wasted effort.

> Let me know if you have questions or suggestions prior to IETF 81.
> Best,
> Alissa
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