Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young et al: A Comprehensive Guide to Self Sovereign Identity

Digital identity is an infrastructure necessary to do most everything on the Internet. And while there have been many solutions through the years, it remains a problem. Companies own the digital identities of the people that use their services, centralized databases are a security risk for cyberattacks, and users have little to no control of …

Event: Internet Identity Workshop 30 APR – 2 MAY Mountain View CA Organized by Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young & Others

The Internet Identity Workshop has been finding, probing and solving identity issues twice every year since 2005. We meet in the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. Every IIW moves topics, code and projects downfield. Name an identity topic and it’s likely that more substantial discussion and work has been done at IIW than …

Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young: An Introduction to Self-Sovereign Identity

An Introduction to Self-Sovereign Identity A comprehensive introduction and analysis of the technology, standards, projects, players, and applications that use blockchain for digital identity. SELF-SOVEREIGN IDENTITY CHANGES THE GAME

Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young: Sixteen Domains of Identity

The Domains of Identity by Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young, MSIMS Abstract:  The Domains of Identity outlines sixteen key categories of transactions  which cause personally identifiable information to be stored in databases. The purpose of this research is to address challenges of Identity Management that involve interactions of almost all people in almost all institutional/organizational contexts. …

Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young: There’s A Facebook Alternative, It’s Called Self-Sovereign Identity #GoogleGestapo

There’s A Facebook Alternative, It’s Called Self-Sovereign Identity CoinDesk, 6 April 2018 Please share from above link. Full text below the fold with permission of the author.

Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young: The Ethics of Building a Post-Google Internet (the Autonomous Internet)

Human First Tech Humanness first. Center onf marginalized communities Design for all threats (including censorship)

Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young: Reference Links for Internet Identity / Individual Cyber Sovereignty

Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young: EVENT 17-19 October, Mountain View, CA The Internet Identity Workshop XXV NOTE: Robert Steele will attend all three days — crypto and identity are converging to create the Autonomous Internet that will bury Amazon and Google.  Start here. Rebooting Web-of-Trust Internet Identity Workshop Wiki (Past Notes Etc.) More links below the …

Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young: Sovrin Foundation, Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI)

Worth a look. The Sovrin Foundation Network The Internet was originally designed for one thing – to allow machines to communicate with one another. As a result, machines have identities on the Internet, but people don’t. This stunts communication and trust while adding enormous complexity, costing the global economy hundreds of billions of dollars each …

Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young: EVENT 17-19 October, Mountain View, CA The Internet Identity Workshop XXV

The Internet Identity Workshop XXV (#25) October 17, 18 and 19, 2017 Computer History Museum – Mountain View, CA You belong at IIW this Fall! You’ll acquire the real-time pulse of genuinely disruptive technologies that are the foundation of today’s important Internet movements. The Internet Identity Workshop has been finding, probing and solving identity issues …

Kaliya “Identity Woman” Young: Humanizing Technology

Humanizing technology It’s easier to turn technology in the direction of democracy and social justice when it’s developed with social and emotional intelligence.. One key element of the answer to that question is to generate a digital identity that is not under the control of a corporation, an organization or a government. I have been …

#GoogleGestapo: Open Standards End Facebook

Open standards can disrupt Facebook’s messaging monopoly Facebook’s messaging services . . . run on closed standards and don’t play nice with platforms created by third parties. Is there a way out? Pranesh Prakash – a Fellow at the Center for Internet and Society, as well as a Fellow at the New America think tank …