Privacy Law and Policy Reporter
(From http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/WD-P3P-harmonization# Purposes Defined as at 9 April 1998)
The ability of the individual to view identifiable information and address questions or concerns to the service provider.
[this should be consistent with the use of the identifiable qualifier]
access is given to identifiable online and physical contact information (e.g., users can access things such as a postal address)
access is given to other information linked to an identifiable person. (e.g., users can access things such as a their online account charges)
no access to identifiable information is given.
Does the site have an assuring party that attests that the service will abide by its proposal, follows guidelines in the processing of data, or other relevant assertions. Assurance may come from the service provider or an independent assuring party.
Does the service provider make a disclosure regarding the capability for the user to cancel, or renegotiate the existing agreement at a future time?
Does the service provider make a disclosure on how long data is retained?