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CPO

Abbreviation for:
cardiogenic pulmonary oedema
Certified Project Officer, see there
Certified Prosthetist/Orthotist, see there
Chief Pharmaceutical Officer (Medspeak-UK)
cleft palate only
coproporphyrinogen oxidase
couch potato

CPO

Abbreviation for certified prosthetist/orthotist.
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With this mentality, VTCI is fully embracing its P3P identity.
Finally, the policy agent audits the original and modified requests plus estimated trust level and P3P policy with previous requests; this step allows EMCP to prevent multiple requests that might extract sensitive preferences.
The P3P protocol was not designed with situations like these in mind.
P3P has been criticized by some privacy advocates, however, for automating the transfer of information and thereby threatening privacy.
Major technology companies such as Microsoft and America Online support the technology but have not yet released P3P software to the public.
Microsoft has said that its next version of Microsoft Windows will be the first operating system to include privacy-enabling technologies based on the P3P (Platform for Private Preferences) specification.
P3P is supposed to provide users with a clear understanding of how their personal data will be used by a website while operators can use P3P to explain their privacy practices in a format that can be retrieved automatically by software.
The W3C retained patent attorney Barry Rein to evaluate whether P3P infringes Intermind's patent.
The concert is brought to the country by P3P E Ventures Pvt.
Encryption, anonymization, and anti- spoofing use information-based models, whereas technologies such as P3P, PeCAN, and re-identification are based on information-providing models.
P3P (Platform for Privacy Preferences) is one often-mentioned technology.
Declaring P3P a W3C Recommendation indicates that it is a stable document, contributes to Web interoperability, and has been reviewed by the W3C Membership, who favor its widespread adoption.