- P3P participation was voluntary.
- P3P xml files have a lot of options, and I didn't want to muck them up.
- I didn't really see any negatives for not participating.
Well, in researching the checkout issues we've been having, it seems I may have stumbled on what's happening. It appears that some anti-phishing filters were getting tripped because we're collecting personal information without P3P disclosure of what we're doing with it. Grr... this could be a real pain in the... Hey!
What I ended up doing was going to p3pprivacy.com. For $30, they created one by going through a wizard and answering questions about how we handle data. 20 minutes later, I had it fully implemented.
I'm not sure if this is all of the issue we're having with checkout, but it sure can't hurt to try something. I guess we'll know if we don't get calls about problems.