How Do We Bring “Tribal” (group) Identity Online With Us?

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How Do We Bring “Tribal” (Group) Identity Online With Us? (Share & Tear)


Day/Session:Tuesday 3G

Convener:Duane Johnson

Notes-taker(s): Duane Johnson


Discussion notes, key understandings, outstanding questions, observations, and, if appropriate to this discussion: action items, next steps:


Duane introduced his slides, and talked about "tribal identity" in the sense of "how we feel connected to our group or community" and how our tribes influence decisions, ethics, etc.


Duane talked about using verifiable credentials to prove membership in a community--for example, as admission requirement to an online discussion forum--and how that might work in practice. We talked about the "dispute resolution" process and how credentials currently don't offer a way to get in touch with the credential issuer and report the individual to whom the credential was issued.


We then talked about EULAs and terms of service related to both communities and applications.


Link to Slides:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ntesrgtzkz04rjw/2018-10-22%20Tribal%20Identity.pdf?dl=0