The Many Bills of Rights This was originally published 1 August 2011 The second recommendation of the World Economic Forum report Personal Data: The Emergence of a New Asset Class after innovation around User-Centricity and Trust is the definition of global principles for using and sharing personal data. The The Startup Circle of PDEC is […]
After TEDxBrussels in 2011 I was invited to present at TEDx Constitution Drive. Enjoy!
I was invited to give a talk at TEDx Brussels. I explain Identity in the context of the Future. Enjoy!
I co-presented Identification and Social Justice with Bob Blakley who is the Global Director, Information Security Innovation at Citi as the closing keynote at the Cloud Identity Summit in Colorado. I gave this presentation in 2012 at the Cloud Identity Summit as the Closing Keynote address. It highlights issues that surround the rich having privilege and able to manage […]
So, Just when we thought the Nym Wars were over at least with Google / Google+. Here is my post about those ending including a link to an annotated version of all the posts I wrote about my personal experience of it all unfolding. Facebook decided to pick on the Drag Queens – and a […]
Short answer No – I’m headed to the protest today at Facebook. A post about the experience will be up here by tomorrow. I’ll be tweeting from my account there which is of course @identitywoman ______ Post from Sept 2014 Mid-July, friend called me up out of the blue and said “we won!” “We […]
I am again in a #nymwar [wikipedia & Botgirl’s Scoop.it] situation that I actually care about. I have been denied full participation in Quora for a long long time now because my last name was listed as IdentityWoman (ironically my answer to why having control over your identity and personal data online matters did go […]
This is the latest from Google in their “names policy” We understand that your identity on Google+ is important to you, and our Name Policy may not be for everyone at this time. Kinda sounds like the owners of stores in the south who said their stores were not for everyone especially black people who […]
I first met Dan Whaley last spring via an introduction from Jim Fournier co-founder of Planetwork. I was inspired by the vision he was working on building Hypothes.is – a way to have sentence level annotation of news and other articles on a web wide scale. Really a foundation for peer review on the web. The motivation […]
On Sep 19, 2011, at 11:25 AM, Google Profiles Support wrote: Hi, Thank you for contacting us with regard to our review of the name you are trying to use in your Google Profile. After review of your appeal, we have determined that the name you want to use violates our Community Standards. I am curious what […]
With the nymwars unfolding (Nym = Pseudonym , Anonymous and other varities on this theme) this video of the Google-Zon story in the year 2014 seems more prescient then ever. Please watch the video on the Original Site the way it was done is amazing. EPIC in this video stands for the Electronic Personalized Information Construct The computer writes a new story for […]
OK. Let me be very frank. Kaliya says to Google: “Why should I have to justify my name to you?” My name is Kaliya Just me. That is what it was on my profile before you decided that i had to have letters in my last name. Type me into Google nymrods, 5 of the posts […]