Tag Archives: Bob Blakley

Bob Blakley Gets Privacy Right

I don’t know why — maybe it’s just the fall weather — but the privacy temperature is changing. We’re in a period of global warming towards privacy as a key component of Internet identity infrastructure. Part of it is my … Continue reading

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Bob Blakley's Relationship Layer Paper Now Freely Available

I made a long post about it when Bob first presented it at IIW and then the Burton Catalyst conference last June. Now anyone can get it here. See also Bob’s commentary on its evolution here. Highly recommended for understanding … Continue reading

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Relationship Cards (R-Cards)

So much for the naive thought that I’ have time at the Burton Catalyst conference last week to finally blog about two subjects near and dear to my heart that I knew would be covered at the conference. It backfired … Continue reading

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Bob Blakley on The Relationship Layer

I’m writing this from the audience of Bob Blakley’s Data Sharing Summit session (which he also gave yesterday at the Internet Identity Workshop) on The Relationship Layer. It’s based on a paper he and his colleagues Gerry Gebel and Lori … Continue reading

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