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RE: privacy promises and languge interfaces at Lindt

Actually there are a number of web sites offering interfaces in several
languages. Offhand, I can think of the site for the Nobel Prizes
(www.nobel.se) which offers press releases for each of the prizes
(physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, peace, and
economics) in English, French, German, and Swedish in almost all cases.
When someone from e.g. Japan receives a prize, the Nobel Foundation adds a
press release in Japanese. Many others exist. I can't recall any
publishers doing this yet.

Alan M. Edelson, Ph.D.

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Sent: Sunday, November 18, 2001 8:45 AM
To: liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu
Subject: privacy promises and languge interfaces at Lindt

While checking out the home page of Lindt-Sprungli chocolate
(www.lindt.com), I discovered there two very nice features:

1.  A particularly user-friendly privacy policy (click on "our privacy
promise"); see section on "cookies," for example.

2.  A choice of interfaces in English, French, German -- depending on
country choice one makes.  This is a feature one sees very little or not
at all for academic content.  Anyone know of publishers who have
multi-lingual interfaces?

Ann Okerson
Yale University