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  1. The Dirty Lawsuit Could be First of its Kind in Reputation Management

    The fact that anyone can post anything about anyone else with no identity verification is an alarming cause for concern. Section 230 of the CDA says that, "No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or...

  2. Is Google Sucking the Life Out of Your Identity? Are They Alone?

    Since the function of an identity provider under the auspices of NSTIC (National Strategy For Trusted Identities In Cyberspace) is curiously unfettered by such niceties as any sort of regulation, Google can now store essentially any and all data...

  3. Google as Your Identity Provider: Where Are We Now?

    Instead of me giving a birthdate as I would today, my Identity Provider, who holds that piece of verified data about me and is also trusted by Pandora says, “Hello Pandora! NSTIC was designed to eliminate the password “issue” by replacing passwords...

  4. How Buzzman Rewrote the Rules of Fiction to Create Relevant Video Content

    Create stories that are not just relevant to their needs but relevant to their identity too. Think about where there are large audiences you can tap into and partner with the content provider. The Model T of this new platform is the PS3.

  5. Bing Linked Pages Simpler than Google+ Author Markup

    This is primarily because Bing does not need to create an identity provider as it uses Facebook as the vector for identity verification. Whilst the feature aims to understand who you are on the internet, it is not a complete identity verification...

  6. Google+ vs. Facebook: More Passive Aggression & Creepiness in Tech Soap Opera

    As we reported recently, though, the White House has officially announced Google’s certification as an identity provider, one of a handful authorized for use with certain federal apps. Seth: Hey, Amy, did you hear Google’s excuse for collecting and...

  7. In Google We Trust (Your Identity)

    A Trustmark is “a badge, seal, image or logo that indicates a product or service provider has met the requirements of the Identity Ecosystem, as determined by an accreditation authority. Because the government is governed by such legislation as the...

  8. Google+: Apps Support, Sergey Brin's Addiction, Real Names and Identity Provider Accreditation

    They’ve just become certified as an identity provider by the U.S.government and this may be in keeping with those requirements. Government as an Identity Provider; Will Allow Pseudonyms This means Google is now a qualified identity provider for...

  9. Eggs and Baskets: How Second Life's Facebook Marketing Has Backfired

    The fact is that most people involved in SL are simply not interested in connecting their RL identity to their SL one(again- I, personally don't care. It's a case where a content provider or creator is forced to technically go against TOS in order...