Data Without Borders Episode 12: It’s not my fault!

February 3rd, 2010  |  Published in Podcasts  |  3 Comments

This time we feature a conversation with Drummond Reed. Not only is he in the Steering Group of the DataPortability Project but he also wears a lot of heads. In this episode he will talk about those hats and we especially talk about Open Identity Exchange (OIX) in depth.

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Shownotes

Drummond and Eve co-authored an IEEE Security and Privacy journal article called “The Venn of Identity” that discusses the information card model and other models that attempt to solve “user-centric identity”.

How the U.S. government’s need for assurance may or may not match commercial/social requirements for assurance: How to rest assured.

The XRI TC works on the Extensible Resource Descriptor (XRD) metadata format

Christian’s Python implementation of an XRD parser

Data Privacy Day

New privacy icon

Open Identity Exchange (OIX)
azigo.com
Higgins

XRD + Webfinger = crazy delicious

“It’s not *my* fault! You suck!” Greeting Card

Responses

  1. David Alexander says:

    February 12th, 2010 at 11:21 am (#)

    Excellent summary of the value of OIX and a very useful discussion, I hope that we will watch this thread develop over the coming months

  2. Episode 26 – XMPP und OneSocialWeb – Der deutsche OpenWeb-Podcast says:

    March 7th, 2010 at 12:24 am (#)

    [...] http://openidentityexchange.org/ (Drummond Reed darüber: http://datawithoutborders.net/dwb12/) [...]

  3. Government 2.0 Netzwerk Deutschland » Blog Archive » Nachlese zur Politcamp Session “Von Politik 2.0 zu Verwaltung 2.0″ says:

    March 23rd, 2010 at 10:12 am (#)

    [...] Für OpenIdentityExchange empfehle ich unseren Podcast: http://datawithoutborders.net/dwb12/ mit einem der Beteiligten. #pc10 [...]