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*In this wiki the IAP ([[Identifier or Attribute Provider]]) supply a [[Data Category]] only when that category has [[User Consent]]. To get all of those categories that the [[Relying Party]] requires, the request needs to go to a [[User Agent]] that is able to release the data held across many providers, some of the [[Thousand Points of Light]] that apply to the real-world [[User]], but only those appropriate for the [[Relying Party]] request are enabled by the user.
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*In this wiki the IAP ([[Identifier or Attribute Provider]]) supplies a [[Data Category]] only when that category has [[User Consent]]. To get all of those categories that the [[Relying Party]] requires, the request needs to go to a [[User Agent]] that is able to release the data held across many providers, some of the [[Thousand Points of Light]] that apply to the real-world [[User]], but only those appropriate for the [[Relying Party]] request are enabled by the user.
 
*The [[Hundred Points of Light]] serve as a metaphor for the [[Distributed ID]].
 
*The [[Hundred Points of Light]] serve as a metaphor for the [[Distributed ID]].
  

Revision as of 18:22, 10 February 2019

Full Title or Meme

A means to distribute the sources of Identifiers and Attributes while giving more choice to Users.

Context

Every one knows the problem with identities on the internet. They are not under the control of users, who are extremely interested in their own Identity and want their own Privacy.

Problems

  • The big problem is Trust where there are no standards or examples of any trust without a history of trusted behavior.
  • Proof of Persistent Identity must be provided. This can be little more than the inclusion of a public key in a block chain, but that cannot provide any Assurance of protection of the Credential.
  • Consider the problem reflected in their standardization effort as shown in Block Chain#Problems.

Solutions

References

  1. Decentralized Digital Identities and Blockchain perspective from Microsoft