Monthly Archives: February 2006

Higgins vs. InfoCard is bunk

Objectivity of the press? If you read this CNET article you’d think the Higgins project from Social Physics and Parity is a competitor to Microsoft’s InfoCard architecture. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact the two have been … Continue reading


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More on Identity Rights Agreements

Paul Madsen makes another very good point about identity rights agreements (hmm, the acronym is going to end up “IRA”): This work would be really interesting & valuable. Identity agreements and their identifiers could be common across particular identity systems … Continue reading

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