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* The wiki page [[Trusted First Party]] has information about trusting a web site that they user navigates to.
 
* The wiki page [[Trusted First Party]] has information about trusting a web site that they user navigates to.

Latest revision as of 09:03, 1 September 2022

Full Title or Meme

Any Web Site that is known to be trusted by all of the parties to an interchange.

Context

A Trusted Third Party may be valuable in any use case where the user wants to be have some Assurance about privacy of data that does need to be shared in very limited circumstances.

Problems

Any party that holds User Information has the possibility of breach of trust that the information will not be released.

Solutions

Some types of Trusted Third Party include:

  • Privacy Enhancing Technology Providers (PETP) can protect user's privacy by anonymizing the User's Identifier. See Microsoft UProve.[1] or IBM Identity Mixer.[2]
  • Governmental agencies that hold data for legitimate purposes will typically have a legal mandate to protect the data. Unfortunately they also have sovereign immunity should a breach be discovered.

References

  1. Microsoft, U-Prove. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/project/u-prove/
  2. IBM. Identity Mixer. https://www.zurich.ibm.com/identity_mixer/eu_projects.html

Other Material

  • The wiki page Trusted First Party has information about trusting a web site that they user navigates to.