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Aug 18, 2005 9:24 pm Persistent Identity per Identity Commons
I thought this might help me clarify where I am coming from on this... from www.identitycommons.net:

"What if...
you could navigate the Web using one easy-to-remember password?
you could enter your personal data once and use it on many Web sites?
you had a simple way of determining how information about you is used and disclosed by others?
you could ensure that your personal information and identity was controlled by one person you?

At Identity Commons, we're striving to make this possible by creating the framework for trusted electronic communications. These tools will make your communications simple and convenient, secure yet verifiable. Individuals will be able to decide just how persistent, portable and private their online identity is, relationship by relationship; organizations that support this form of communication will derive greater value from their customer/member relationships while enhancing their reputation with customers. Serving as the backbone for this new technology are data sharing agreements that establish the parameters for the exchange and use of personal information between users."

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