Difference between revisions of "First Party Sets"
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Google's First Party Sets proposal enables different sites (or
Google's First Party Sets proposal enables different sites (or ) owned by the same organization to declare themselves to people as being allowed to share personal data.<ref>https://github.com/krgovind/first-party-sets/</ref>
Revision as of 15:40, 27 May 2021
By relying on organizational ownership as the sole mechanism of trust, this advantages vertically-integrated organizations over those that rely on supply-chain partners. This runs counter to the general goal on the web of supporting decentralization.
- How much ownership is required for different domains to be allowed to share personal data?
- How much awareness among the general public is required for different domains to be allowed to share personal data?
- How much control should people have to keep their identity distinct from the various sites within such a "first party set"?