Public Review of UMA 0.9 is going on

June 24: The three main UMA Version 0.9 specifications – UMA Core , OAuth Resource Set Registration , and UMA Claim Profiles  – are out for a45-day public review period ending September 6 at 17:00 Pacific time. This review is in preparation for advancement of these specs as Kantara Initiative Recommendations. If you have specification comments or IPR review comments, …

OpenID Connect is here! – An Identity Layer on the internet

Celebrate! OpenID Connect 1.0 Final is here! After four and half years, or six years if we include the time needed to start the working group, finally, OpenID Connect is released as final. Like I have been explaining many times in this blog, OpenID Connect is something that forms “the …

More on Personal Data working group report

So, during the Kantara Initiative’s Information Sharing working group call, which happend between 1:30am and 2:30am here in Munich, Joe Andreu kindly pointed out that an English version of the press release is available at: http://www.meti.go.jp/english/press/2013/0510_01.html For the content of the report, you can go directly to the section 3 of …

Info Sharing Label became the top story of Nikkei newspapers in Japan!

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) of Japan announced the publishing of the report on the personal data usage by corporations[0] . It is the outcome of the government working group [1] that I was a member of. The major portion of it is about the meaningful consent, and …

Explicit Consent – Turning Internet Dog into Pavlov’s Dog

People like me who is working on internet identity space is trying to solve so called “Internet Dog Problem.” You surely must have seen this picture — InternetDog.jpg : On the internet, nobody knows you’re a dog. This is a hard enough problem that we have long been trying to …