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The Venn of Internet Identity Regulation

One of the take-aways from the Open Identity Exchange Economics of Identity Conference last week in London was potential impact of regulatory and legislative changes driven by the European Union’s eIDaSS program and the common digital market.

Accelerating the Digital Identity Marketplace

At work and at home we rely on secure and efficient online services. Many of those services don’t need to know who we are (at all, let alone with any degree of assurance) to provide [...]

KDDI Joins Verizon and Deutsche Telekom to Set the Direction for OpenID Connect on Mobile Platforms

The Japanese Mobile Network Operator and market leader KDDI has joined the Board of Directors of the OpenID Foundation.

Announcing the OIDF iGov Working Group

A recent US NIST announcement describes the newly formed OIDF International Government Assurance Profile (iGov) Working Group which is an international public and private sector collaboration that will develop an interoperable profile of OpenID Connect [...]

OIX: A Pragmatic Approach To Distributed Ledgers

Blockchain and other ‘crytpo-tech’ discussions are all the rage, and rightly so. Distributed ledgers, shared among all computers running the same protocol, present a very tempting solution to the problem of how to enable many [...]

The Authority of the Neutral Judge

Anyone who has been to a Yankee game in the Bronx knows that the umpire’s best day is when the fans forget he’s on the field. In his mind, he only gets recognized after having made a mistake.