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Background. Privacy Icons are legal declarations, written in cooperation with privacy experts and a coalition of industry stakeholders. And soon, they will be machine readable—enabling users to communicate their preferences through trusted agents (like web browsers).What is an action icon?
Icon is a graphic interface element, a small picture, which represents an application, file, directory, operation system component, device etc. When the user clicks the icon, a standard action is usually performed (run application, open file etc.) Icons were invented in 1970 in the Xerox Research Center in Palo Alto...What is Options icon?
Options Icon. The Options icon is the one with a spanner on it. It's not usually on the Home Screen, but at the bottom of the Application Screen. The Options icon is the one with a spanner on it. It's not usually on the Home Screen, but at the bottom of the Application Screen. Britons are so cute with their special words for things.What is the Privacy Icon client?
The Privacy Icon Client starts the Intel® Management and Security Status (IMSS) Application which presents the system tray Privacy Icon and tells whether Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT) firmware and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) hardware are present and activated.