Monthly Archives: May 2011

FaceBook, Google, Yahoo: Don’t shoot, we’re the good guys!

Last week I was fortunate to attend Kuppinger Cole’s European Identity Conference  in Munich and follow a track session where representatives of Google, Microsoft and FaceBook were lined up in a panel in order to get a good grilling by … Continue reading

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Why bad Identity drives out good identity

I am more and more concerned about the relentless expansion of what Kim Cameron ‘tongue in cheek’ dubbed the NASCAR approach to Relying Party Single Sign-On on the Web. And its not the inherent ‘phishability’ of the method that Kim … Continue reading

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