WWDC Keynote: HTML5 wide open for On-Rev & revServer

Mike Bonner bonnmike at gmail.com
Wed Jun 9 14:46:04 EDT 2010


Yep, since Jerry's initial answer hadn't exactly covered what was
being, I just posted the relevant section for him. So I guess I was
pointing out the point of your pointing. . *grin*

On Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 2:09 PM, Robert Mann <rman at free.fr> wrote:
>
> Yes indeed, Mike, i understand jerry's answer as far as server side accounts
> are concerned.
>
> I was just pointing out that in the context of "html5 local storage", if and
> when a web app uses that storage, then there are issues of security.
>
> I'm working on an eDemocracy site & app. i'll try hard to make it as secure
> as possible in order not to allow anybody to gather information about what
> somebody else think.
>
> What troubles me is at the same time to see a big move towards mobile
> advertisement AND the launching of HTML5 local storage which unlike cookies
> (which have caused trouble in the minds!) can have persistent datas, and
> much more datas.
>
> So I beleive it could be a good thing to be very clear on this data policy
> with users, for a change!
>
> Actually I do have a question on this HTML5 specifs : how can the user
> monitor datas? Has he got the right to go and inspect? or is it context
> dependant, e.i only a javascript program imbedded in a page of the said
> domain could get to the datas? If anybody has a clue, thanks!
>
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