I guarantee everyone that I have zero intention of hoarding Minimal Disclosure Tokens or turning U-Prove into a proprietary Microsoft technology silo.
A birthday confession arguing respect for the Law of Minimal Disclosure
It breaks the law of minimal disclosure to reveal that “the person looking up Case X right now is the same person who looked up Case Y last weekâ€ when there is no need to do so.
U.S. Attorneys General argue that Google's draconian unification of profile and account information across all its sites invades consumer privacy.
A spine tingling story with a sequel about reusable identities
Those of us working on identity technology have to internalize the lessons here
It even has a twitter feed for breach junkies
Twitter SocialBots were “increasingly able to carve out their own independent community — as seen in the clustering of targets away from the established tightly-knit networks and towards the bots themselves.”
“The hard drives that held the information on the national identity register have been wiped and they're crushed and reduced to bits of metal so everyone can be absolutely sure…”
The plaintiffs allege that Netflix hangs onto customer information, such as credit card numbers and rental histories, long after subscribers cancel their membership.