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⧉infominer 19-Jun-19 07:58 PM
We R Iranian Christian @Refugees in Indonesia,We Fled Iran from Death 2 seek safe life,But we Become Victim of #Discrimination&Lack of Security/Privacy again & How in our Case Sum interview with #UNHCR @UNHCRIndo,Translator Bias prevented our Embassy Process& Destroyed our...
We R Iranian Christian @Refugees in Indonesia,We Fled Iran from Death to seek safe life,But we Become Victim of #Discrimination&Lack of Security/Privacy in @UNHCRIndo again&How in our Case Sum interview with #UNHCR,Translator Bias prevented our Embassy Process& Destroyed o...
⧉infominer 03-Jul-19 08:50 AM
The Internet is so new that an appropriate form of jurisdiction still has to be developed and it is missing a major building piece: Digital identity.
Enabling Seamless Access to Life's Most Important Services with Digital Identity | Transparent and Trusted Data | Blockchain
Delivering Digital Entitlements via Blockchain & Digital Identity. Citi #Tech4Integrity Global Game Changer Winner 2017 | UN SDGs Pioneer | TWiStartups @Jason
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This two-hour session will go over the key elements of the Digital IDs for Development program and acknowledge the support of the government of France to this agenda.
A Reasonably Comprehensive History of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency in the United Nations.
⧉infominer 03-Jul-19 09:19 AM
In cryptography, a web of trust is a concept used in PGP, GnuPG, and other OpenPGP-compatible systems to establish the authenticity of the binding between a public key and its owner. Its decentralized trust model is an alternative to the centralized trust model of a pu...
RWOT1 in San Francisco, California (November 2015) - WebOfTrustInfo/rwot1-sf
RWOT1 in San Francisco, California (November 2015) - WebOfTrustInfo/rwot1-sf
Andreas Antonopoulos thinks that the key is to hedge against default risk with the blockchain instead of creating reputation systems.
RWOT1 in San Francisco, California (November 2015) - WebOfTrustInfo/rwot1-sf
RWOT1 in San Francisco, California (November 2015) - WebOfTrustInfo/rwot1-sf
RWOT1 in San Francisco, California (November 2015) - WebOfTrustInfo/rwot1-sf
RWOT1 in San Francisco, California (November 2015) - WebOfTrustInfo/rwot1-sf
RWOT1 in San Francisco, California (November 2015) - WebOfTrustInfo/rwot1-sf
RWOT1 in San Francisco, California (November 2015) - WebOfTrustInfo/rwot1-sf
The DHS SBIR Program is funding research and development on blockchain security and privacy as well as identity verification
Evernym is the world’s leader in decentralized identity. Our software helps organizations all over the world build trusted digital relationships.
The Decentralized Identity Company - we provide solutions for a world of trusted digital relationships #SelfSovereignIdentity
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None of us actually owns a digital identity. We simply 'rent' identities from each of the websites or apps we use. Solving the identity silo problem begins with a digital identity that you literally own, not just control.
The History of the General Data Protection Regulation
Legal identity is important, without it individuals can't get access to basic services and can be put at risk. Two groups are working to bring it to all.
The ID2020 Alliance is a global partnership maximizing the potential of digital ID to improve lives.
New York, 19 May 2016 -- Identity 2020 Systems (ID2020) have announced PwC, the global professional services network, as the lead sponsor of the landmark ID2020 Summit to create technology-driven...
RWOT2 for the ID2020 UN Summit (May 2016). Contribute to WebOfTrustInfo/rwot2-id2020 development by creating an account on GitHub.
https://github.com/WebOfTrustInfo/ID2020DesignWorkshop/blob/master/topics-and-advance-readings/README.md https://github.com/WebOfTrustInfo/ID2020DesignWorkshop/blob/master/topics-and-advance-readings/DID-Whitepaper.md https://github.com/WebOfTrustInfo/ID2020DesignWorkshop/blob/master/final-documents/requirements-for-dids.pdf >"Respect Network is conducting a research project for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, HSHQDC-16-C-00061, to analyze the applicability of blockchain technologies to a decentralized identifier system. Our thesis is that blockchains, or more generically distributed ledgers, are a potentially powerful new tool for “identity roots” — the starting points for an Internet identity. However “blockchain identity” may not fully address the core security and privacy principles needed in a complete identity system. In this case DIDs — Decentralized Identifiers rooted on a distributed ledger — may end up being a foundational building block for higher level identity management solutions. - https://bravenewcoin.com/insights/u-s-department-of-homeland-security-funds-four-blockchain-companies-developing-new-cyber-security-technology (edited)
RWOT2 for the ID2020 UN Summit (May 2016). Contribute to WebOfTrustInfo/rwot2-id2020 development by creating an account on GitHub.
RWOT2 for the ID2020 UN Summit (May 2016). Contribute to WebOfTrustInfo/rwot2-id2020 development by creating an account on GitHub.
RWOT2 for the ID2020 UN Summit (May 2016). Contribute to WebOfTrustInfo/rwot2-id2020 development by creating an account on GitHub.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate, recently unveiled a list of 13 small businesses working towards “the development of new cyber security technology.” The companies are part of the 2016 Small Business Innovation Research program....
https://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/news/2016/08/12/news-release-dhs-st-awards-13-million-small-businesses-cyber https://www.sbir.gov/sbirsearch/detail/1241097 > Respect Network will research and develop a decentralized registry and discovery service for Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) to integrate with the public blockchain. DIDs will allow principals to directly control their own identities with cryptographic proofs and secure, addressable network endpoints. DIDs will enable a Decentralized Identity Management (DIDM) infrastructure that will empower people and organizations to securely and confidentially manage and assert their identities. Open standards and established industry protocols will permit principals to selectively disclose identity claims, and to manage their privacy and digital relationships. Respect Network's thesis is that the combination of DIDs and DIDM architecture, using public and/or private blockchains as "identity backbones", can meet traditional information security principles of confidentiality, integrity, availability, non-repudiation and provenance. Further, our approach applies privacy-by-design principles, including user control, selective disclosure of information and pseudonymity. https://www.sbir.gov/sbirsearch/detail/1241085 https://diacc.ca/pan-canadian-trust-framework/
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) has awarded $1.3 million to 13 small businesses for the development of new cyber security technology.
Today marks the Decentralized Identity Foundation’s first anniversary. Over the past year, DIF has grown from a handful of founding…

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