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== What is this Workshop About ==
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At the heart of the workshop is a practical idealism in working towards the shared vision of a decentralized, user-centric identity layer for the Internet.
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With the way the web was built as 'pages' there were no tools set to controls on how the information about you is used. We bring together people working on the tools to support people managing their identity and data online in ways that give them control.
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It is not about any specific technology it is a place to discuss multiple, interoperating – and possible competing – identity standards and reputation networks.
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As part of Identity commons we create opportunities for both innovators and competitors, for both the big guys and the small fry to come together in a safe and balanced space.
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There are a range of project in the community
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# There are open standards efforts, open protocols, open conceptual models, open source projects to implement open standards and protocols.
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# There are projects to address social and legal implications of these technologies.
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# There are efforts to rethink the business models and opportunities avaliable with these new technologies.
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User-Centric Identity is:
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* the ability use ones identifier on more then one site
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* who sees what information about you
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* presence and profile information
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* the ability maintain multiple identities
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As a consumer the expression of presences and ability to aggregated purchase history. It will also give you the ability to control data from various locations.
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Improving Existing Legal Constructs
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* Privacy
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New Legal constructs
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* Limited Liability Persona's
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New Business models
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* Identity Oracle
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Citizenship Perspective:
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* How can we co-ordinate and work together
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''Innovators who are leading the development of Standards who participate in IIW include.''
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=== Open Standards ===
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* [http://iiw.idcommons.net/index.php/OpenID OpenID]
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* [http://jkemp.net/docs/saml-overview.html SAML]
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* [http://iiw.idcommons.net/index.php/Liberty Alliance ID-WSF Liberty Alliance ID-WSF]
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WS-Trust WS-Trust]]
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* [http://iiw.idcommons.net/index.php/OAuth OAuth]
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* OASIS [http://iiw.idcommons.net/index.php/XRI XRI]
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* OASIS [http://iiw.idcommons.net/index.php/XDI XDI]
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=== Standards Interop ===
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* [http://osis.netmesh.org OSIS]
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* [http://iiw.idcommons.net/index.php/Concordia Concordia]
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=== Major [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_Card Information Card] Projects ===
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_CardSpace CardSpace]
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* [http://web3id.org/Higgins/ Higgins Project]
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* [http://bandit-project.org Bandit]
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* [http://pamelaproject.com The Pamela Project] Relying Party Code
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=== Browser Based Card Selectors ===
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* [http://web3id.org/Higgins/ Higgins Project] (offers both browser-based and native card selectors)
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* [http://code.google.com/p/openinfocard/ openinfocard]
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=== Multi-Protocol Open Source Projects ===
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* [http://web3id.org/Higgins/ Higgins Project] (supports Information Cards, OpenID, SAML, XRI, XDI)
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* [http://iiw.idcommons.net/index.php/Shibboleth Shibboleth]
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* [[http://iiw.idcommons.net/index.php/CAS]] (supports OpenID, SAML, prototype Information Card support)
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* [http://bandit-project.org Bandit]
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=== Industry Consortia ===
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* [http://wiki.idcommons.net Identity Commons]
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* [http://www.projectliberty.org/liberty/about/history  Liberty Alliance]
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* [http://www.oasis-idtrust.org/ OASIS ID Trust]
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* ITU-T Focus Group on IdM and subsequent activity.
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=== Groups Addressing Legal/Social/Business Issues ===
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* [http://iiw.idcommons.net/index.php/Liberty PPEG Privacy Summits Liberty PPEG Privacy Summits]
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* [http://projectvrm.org Project VRM]
  
  
  
 
[[Sector Invitations]]
 
[[Sector Invitations]]

Revision as of 04:15, 12 March 2008

May 12-14 in Mountain View, CA.

Annoucement

Registration

Lodging

Attendees 2008a

What is this Workshop About

At the heart of the workshop is a practical idealism in working towards the shared vision of a decentralized, user-centric identity layer for the Internet.

With the way the web was built as 'pages' there were no tools set to controls on how the information about you is used. We bring together people working on the tools to support people managing their identity and data online in ways that give them control.

It is not about any specific technology it is a place to discuss multiple, interoperating – and possible competing – identity standards and reputation networks.

As part of Identity commons we create opportunities for both innovators and competitors, for both the big guys and the small fry to come together in a safe and balanced space.

There are a range of project in the community

  1. There are open standards efforts, open protocols, open conceptual models, open source projects to implement open standards and protocols.
  2. There are projects to address social and legal implications of these technologies.
  3. There are efforts to rethink the business models and opportunities avaliable with these new technologies.


User-Centric Identity is:

  • the ability use ones identifier on more then one site
  • who sees what information about you
  • presence and profile information
  • the ability maintain multiple identities

As a consumer the expression of presences and ability to aggregated purchase history. It will also give you the ability to control data from various locations.

Improving Existing Legal Constructs

  • Privacy

New Legal constructs

  • Limited Liability Persona's

New Business models

  • Identity Oracle

Citizenship Perspective:

  • How can we co-ordinate and work together

Innovators who are leading the development of Standards who participate in IIW include.

Open Standards

Standards Interop

Major Information Card Projects

Browser Based Card Selectors


Multi-Protocol Open Source Projects

Industry Consortia

Groups Addressing Legal/Social/Business Issues


Sector Invitations