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W3C announced today a W3C Workshop on Permissions and User Consent, September 18-19, 2018, in San Diego, California, USA. The primary goal of the workshop is to bring together security and privacy experts, UI/UX researchers, browser vendors, mobile OS developers, API authors, Web publishers and users to address the privacy, security and usability challenges presented by a complex and overlapping variety of permissions and consent systems available for hardware sensors, device capabilities and applications on the Web.
The scope includes: The Web Payments Working Group invites implementations of an updated Candidate Recommendation of Payment Request API.
“Supporting the W3C Internationalization Initiative with funding or expertise is a vital way that our Web community creates the future of the global Web,” said Jeff Jaffe, W3C CEO.During the two days, participants reviewed opportunities that new emerging innovations and capabilities at the application layers can bring to the 5G network.The workshop concluded with the proposed creation of a task force of participants to explore how the 5G and Web communities might work in a productive and cohesive manner.User agents (e.g., browsers) facilitate the payment flow between merchant and user.The Web Performance Working Group invites implementations of User Timing Level 2 Candidate Recommendation.