Trust

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Full Title or Meme

Trust, simply put, is just the projection into the future of past behavior.

Author

Tom Jones 2018-06-15

Goals

The content on this page should provide information about how to know what can be trusted by an individual in a digital age.

Context

There are two ways to approach the problem of trust in networked digital systems.

Computer Engineering

The scientific approach


When this approach does not work the computer scientist always try to blame the users and propose educating the users. This approach never winds up meeting the goals.

Social Engineering

The social approach to trust is exploited by con men attacking our human weaknesses every day. Creating trustworthy computer systems can not be overcome this sort of attack. One good example

Only a good user experience

Promlems

The Philosophical Problem

The Psychological Problem

The philosopher Karl Popper defined the psychological problem The psychologist

Solutions

Trust is earned. Where Ethics are lacking Trust cannot survive. They are reciprocal concepts[1] as high trust environments will encourage good ethics of participants and good ethical values in on-line interchanges will build trust.

References

  1. Linda Fisher Thornton Ethics and Trust are Reciprocal https://leadingincontext.com/2014/06/18/ethics-and-trust/