IAPP says, “U-Prove effectively meets the security and privacy requirements of many identity systems — most notably national e-ID schemes now being contemplated by world governments.”
The report understands the spectrum of use cases and specifically calls out the need for identity solutions to be privacy enhancing and voluntary for the public
Everything copied is recorded to hard disk and can be extracted by anyone with access to the machine and some readily available software
Adoption of federation and the shift toward cloud computing make Information Card technology more important than ever
Vittorio lays out all the videos people can watch to come up to speed with U-Prove
These results are sad and staggering
Another example of digital fingerprinting – this time leveraging social networks to produce unique, real-world identification without the user's knowledge
How much should browsers reveal to untrusted sites?
Not really. Dave is barking up the wrong metaphor.
Jerry asks, “What is going to happen as the internet grows beyond web browsing and e-mail to pervade every aspect of our daily lives?”