Observed in Linux 20020601 Linux installer trunk nightly build (I hadn't thought to look until now). I should note that it's not clear to me if any (even minimal) P3P support will exist in 1.0. If it will, this bug is probably invalid. Steps: 1. Visit Help->Help Contents (in the menu bar) 2. Choose Using Privacy Features->Using the Cookie Manager 3. See the link entitled "Setting Privacy Levels" (among others). Visit it. shortcut: chrome://help/locale/using_priv_help.html#privacy_levels Privacy levels shouldn't be mentioned in the help if it's not going to get built in. Related bugs: bug 126360 (P3P pref showing up without the back-end) bug 128639 (RFE to enable P3P by default--for vote accumulation purposes :) bug 62399 (deals with the actual process of implementing P3P) bug 62399 comment 61 is unclear as to whether any P3P support will go into 1.0 harishd@netscape may want to know about this (based on bug 63096 comment 18)
Assignee: rudman → cotter
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.3b) Gecko/20030202 Still wrong text in it, Netscape is mentioned often, the process of setting Privacy levels is described, but can´t be seen in Mozilla preferences as described, must be from Netscape.
Reporter (Tim), is this bug still valid? I think p3p is now a standard extension
Assignee: cotter → rlk
QA Contact: rudman → stolenclover
-->INVALID This bug was once valid, but now that P3P is in by default, it is INVALID.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 15 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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