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Re: [DotGNU]The shifting sands of identity

From: Tony Stanco
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]The shifting sands of identity
Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2001 10:53:20 -0500

The big one to watch is this in authentication:

The Federal government is no longer going to be a passive player and let
others create e-Gov alone. They are serious about this at this time and all
levels are on board. And my opinion is where the US Federal government goes
on e-Government, the world will follow. There is a good chance that Free
Software will power e-Government, if we play our cards right.

Best regards,

Tony Stanco
Senior Policy Analyst
Cyberspace Policy Institute
School of Engineering and
Applied Science
George Washington University
2033 K Street N.W., Suite 340
Washington, DC 20006
202-994-5513  Fax:202-994-5505

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Lance <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden <address@hidden>
Date: Friday, December 07, 2001 10:03 AM
Subject: [DotGNU]The shifting sands of identity

>The following commentary on MS and the Libarty
>has this quote.
>"In fact, I'm convinced the Liberty Alliance would be
>prudent to obviate its dependence on Sun by creating a
>joint venture company, whose charter would be to
>create user identities that could be used across a
>variety of Web sites and new Internet services as they
>appear. The service would also maintain the databases
>necessary to securely manage user information, like
>credit cards and addresses, that might also be shared
>among the sites."
>Wouldn't it be a coup to get dotgnu adopted?
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