Monthly Archives: May 2005

The Laws of Identity

From introduction of Kim Cameron’s Blog… The Internet was built without a way to know who and what you are connecting to. This limits what we can do with it and exposes us to growing dangers. If we do nothing, … Continue reading

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Are you a data whore without knowing it?

Now it may be just an inevitable part of becoming a grumpy middle-aged bugger, but today’s little incident regarding use and misuse of my data really set me off. Those in the information security business will be all too aware … Continue reading

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W3C Tenth Anniversary Celebration in Europe

I will be speaking here, with a double hat: both in my capavity as Chair of the eGovernment Focus Group of the European standards agency, CEN; and as part of my new functions working for the AUstrian Government’s CIO….more in … Continue reading

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