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Brad Templeton Electronic Frontier Foundation (& Foresight Institute) ‏ [email protected] The Paradox of Identity (why OpenID is Evil). Why does it matter?. Bad Science. History of humanity is a long chorus of police states punctuated by a few recent stacatto notes of freedom.

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brad templeton electronic frontier foundation foresight institute brad@eff org
Brad Templeton

Electronic Frontier Foundation

(& Foresight Institute)‏

[email protected]

The Paradox of Identity(why OpenID is Evil)
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History of humanity is a long chorus of police states punctuated by a few recent stacatto notes of freedom.

we must consider the balance and think when we change it

We must consider the balance, and think when we change it

And we’re really shifting the balance

ease of use is a bug
Ease of Use is a Bug

Mag stripe on your driver’s licence

Long web form is impediment

end user control prevents negotiation
End-User control prevents negotiation
  • Negotiated vs. non-negotiated
  • Negotiation only happens with power
  • What’s the history of success? P3P? Agents? Reputations?
  • Bizarrely, Passport could have done better!
  • Proxies
two choices
Two choices:
  • Let the TFH have their way, there are few of them, it costs us little
  • Too many TFH: Agree with what we wan't or go away
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