Kim Cameron on Google’s New Privacy Policy

When he first introduced them in 2004, Kim Cameron’s Laws of Identity changed the landscape of the Internet identity industry almost overnight. Though Kim has since stepped down as Chief Identity Architect at Microsoft, he still packs a helluva punch when he weighs in on important global identity, privacy, and security issues.

So he’s weighed in (hint: along with the Attorney Generals of the United States) on Google’s new privacy policy.

Read it. It’s even more important than you think.

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Internet entrepreneur in identity, personal data, and trust frameworks
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