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PCWorld reports on a team of European and U.S.-based privacy researchers and product designers that has released "a browser-based implementation of Privicons, a project that aims to provide users with a simple method of expressing their expectations of privacy when sending e-mail." The "Privicons" are six icons matched with instructions such as "don't attribute" or "keep private" that users can add to their e-mails "to instruct recipients about how to handle a message or its content," the report states. Project proponents note it is based on user choice rather than the technological enforcement used for most e-mail privacy efforts. 
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