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 […]
This film is getting released at IIW. When it is up it will be posted below.
I was invited to give a talk at Privacy Identity and Innovation about the Digital Death and the conference that has happened a few times Digital Death Day. I chose to lay out a matrix of questions that have arisen from the work. Enjoy the talk. Digital Death a Matrix of Questions and Considerations from […]
This June I was invited to present the Identity 101 BootCamp ahead of the Identity North Conference in Toronto. People arrived 90 min early at 8am for this presentation. I walk through some of the core vocabulary for identity (authentication, authorization, enrollment, verification and contextualize the different contexts (Enterprise, Government and User-Centric) and power structures that operates […]
Joe Andrieu and the Information Sharing Working Group has put a lot of work and effort into creating a Standard set of Information Sharing Agreements represented by a standard label. They want to invest in user -research to make it really work. I am putting in $100 and I encourage all of you to do […]
Bob’s Relationship Paper is now available. If you haven’t read it yet – you should. It articulates a key point about the challenge regarding the current frame of social networks – relationships are just lines on a graph rather then being nodes that hold information about the nature and parameters of the relationship.
I don’t write about politics on my blog that much but have spoken up about some of my travels in the world and what I have seen. I thought with all the twitter blips going by about “the ground invasion in gaza beginning I wanted to share what I wrote about in the summer of […]
I am working with Joi Podgorny and Denise Tayloe on this day following the Internet Identity Workshop Nov 10-12 in Mountain View, CA. You can register here on Event Brite. We are bringing together a range of practitioners and experts to work collaboratively for a day together. Our goal is to leave the day […]
You know your conference is to cheap when other conferences offer you $200 discounts to register EARLY and yours only costs $200. In case you missed it the Internet Identity Workshop has an announcement up and registration is open. Phil and I implore you to PLEASE register early so we know how many of you […]
So I had two book shipments arrive today – i thought I would share them in case any of you out there also are reading or hope to read these books soon. Let me know. From AMAZON today came Identity and Control: How Social Formations Emerge, Second Edition by Harrison C. White. This one was […]
At MashupCamp 6 I lead a session about Data Sharing. Asking what is the scope of this problem. Dusty created this diagram from the session. I am going to take the Whiteboard and translate it into a diagram shortly. This conversation could have gone on for at least another hour. It is a big elephant […]
In my home town paper the headline was Disconnect 1st Amendment from Internet hatemongers. The LA times version was Douse the Online Flamers: Faceless Internet sadists who ruin reputations don’t deserve full free-speech protection. Written by Andrew Keen the Cult of the Amateur guy – who wrote the book to get attention and blogs himself […]