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## Standards organization that attempts to write rules about how people can be Authenticated. In the US this is the NIST.
 
## Standards organization that attempts to write rules about how people can be Authenticated. In the US this is the NIST.
 
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Norman Scott (then known as Norman Josiffe) left school at 15 with no qualifications and wound up on probation for theft. He worked in a stable and started an affair with Thorpe. Norman was penniless, homeless and, worse, had left employment without the National Insurance card which, at that time, was essential for obtaining regular work and access to social and unemployment benefits. Thorpe promised he would help and did find him living arrangements in London near Thorpe. In April 1962 Norman obtained a replacement National Insurance card which, he later said, was retained by Thorpe who had assumed the role of his employer. This was denied by Thorpe, and the "missing card" remained an ongoing source of grievance for Norman. Later Thrope got employment for Norman in Switzerland. By early 1965 Norman was in Dublin, where he worked at various horse-related jobs while continuing to badger Thorpe by letter about his missing luggage and the continuing National Insurance card issue. Thorpe rejected any responsibility for these matters. Later Norman tried unsuccessfully to get a passport to travel to America. In 1968 Thorpe has been reported to try to kill Norman, so that his position as head of the Liberal party would not be jeopardized. This all came undone and Thrope was tried for attempted murder but acquitted. Norman's life continues as a complete outsider to this day.
  
 
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[[Category: Identity]]

Revision as of 14:47, 6 September 2022

Full Title or Meme

A class of people have always existed in any part of the world that are not identified to be a part of the local society.

Context

  • Historically people that were not part of society were called Gypsies, Travelers or similar epithets.
  • Today we recognize people in a community that are unable to acquire an identity card which entitles them to social benefits.

Related efforts

  • ID202 effort to enable everyone on the planet with a digital identifier.

Example User Storey

This is a true story of the interaction of two people in the British Isles, but example existing in every community of people who live among us but are not recognized or given official status to share the in benefits of the community.

Participants

  1. Jeremy Thorpe, a Privileged person that is a full member of the community.
  2. Norman Scott, an Outsider person that is unable to acquire the benefits of the community.
  3. Rules created and enforced by the community for determining who may participate in the benefits of the community.
    1. Exclusionary rules often created and enforced by the interior department for those enabled to work. In the US this is the DHS.
    2. Social Benefits provider often created and enforced by the Social Benefits office. In the US this is the CMS federally.
    3. Standards organization that attempts to write rules about how people can be Authenticated. In the US this is the NIST.

The Story

Norman Scott (then known as Norman Josiffe) left school at 15 with no qualifications and wound up on probation for theft. He worked in a stable and started an affair with Thorpe. Norman was penniless, homeless and, worse, had left employment without the National Insurance card which, at that time, was essential for obtaining regular work and access to social and unemployment benefits. Thorpe promised he would help and did find him living arrangements in London near Thorpe. In April 1962 Norman obtained a replacement National Insurance card which, he later said, was retained by Thorpe who had assumed the role of his employer. This was denied by Thorpe, and the "missing card" remained an ongoing source of grievance for Norman. Later Thrope got employment for Norman in Switzerland. By early 1965 Norman was in Dublin, where he worked at various horse-related jobs while continuing to badger Thorpe by letter about his missing luggage and the continuing National Insurance card issue. Thorpe rejected any responsibility for these matters. Later Norman tried unsuccessfully to get a passport to travel to America. In 1968 Thorpe has been reported to try to kill Norman, so that his position as head of the Liberal party would not be jeopardized. This all came undone and Thrope was tried for attempted murder but acquitted. Norman's life continues as a complete outsider to this day.

References