PPF

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AcronymDefinition
PPFPension Protection Fund
PPFPublic Provident Fund (investing)
PPFPolice Pension Fund (various locations)
PPFProduction Possibility Frontier
PPFParti Populaire Français (French: French Popular Party)
PPFPowerplant Frame
PPFPicture Publisher Format
PPFPercent Point Function (statistics)
PPFPast, Present, Future (popular name for small stores)
PPFPublic Policy Forum (Canada)
PPFPrint Production Format
PPFProgramme for Prosperity and Fairness (Ireland)
PPFProject Preparation Facility
PPFPlasma Protein Fraction
PPFProfessional Practices Framework (Institute of Internal Auditors)
PPFPhotosynthetic Photon Flux
PPFProgram of Priestly Formation
PPFPalestinian Police Force
PPFPower Plant Frame
PPFPriorities and Planning Framework
PPFPassive Polyphase Filter (telecommunications)
PPFPublic Patent Foundation
PPFPositive Position Feedback
PPFPre-Plated Leadframe (integrated circuit production)
PPFPer Pupil Funding
PPFPartner Profile Form
PPFPounds Per Foot
PPFPersonal Property Floater (insurance)
PPFProgressive Policies Forum
PPFProfessional Pilots Federation
PPFPrice Per Foot
PPFPatent Policy Framework (W3C)
PPFPaging Proceed Flag (GSMGPRS)
PPFParent Permission Form
PPFPlaystation Patch Format
PPFPolypropylene Fumarate (polymer)
PPFPayload Processing Facilities
PPFPlatform Proto-Federations
PPFPerformance-Based Physical Function
PPFPeople's Peace Front (Sri Lanka)
PPFProvision of Production Facilities
PPFPump-Pit Fire
PPFPrincipal Protected Fund
PPFPilot Power Fraction
PPFPollution Probe Foundation (Canada)
PPFPayment Processing Firm
PPFParsons, Kansas, USA - Tri-City Airport Independence, Parsons, Coffeyville
PPFPleats per Foot (air filters)
PPFPosen Potato Festival (Michigan)
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The most disputed part of the W3C's Patent Policy Framework was the RAND license, which was supported by major technology companies such as IBM and Microsoft.
The proposed Patent Policy Framework was posted for public review on August 16, 2001 with comments to close on September 30.
According to the Backgrounder for the W3C Patent Policy Framework (http://www.