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Can identity be a shared asset?

Can identity be a shared asset?

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Portability: Identity and Data Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Data Portability? Communal Data and Identity
  • 2. Data Ownership?
    • Yours
    • Theirs
    • Ours
    Cristina Wodtke’s model based on Matt Webb, Stewart Butterfield’s and Gene Smith’s writings
  • 3. Yours Control: Access to instances of YOU Management: Identities Influence: Presence & Reputation Identity
  • 4. Ours Theirs YOURS Control: Access to A SHARED instance YOU Management: Identity/user attributes Influence: Presence & Reputation Identity Friends Shared Content Conversations Shared Membership Access to Them Service Providers Content Availability Identity Availability Metadata of a Single Instance
  • 5. Trust Based Transactions Yours Access, Content Access, Content Instanced Based Communal Data Identity Thiers Identity Thiers Identity Thiers Identity Thiers Identity
  • 6. Transactional Realities
    • Expectations
      • Reasonable security efforts
      • Privacy proportional to transaction type
    • Access
      • User controlled access
      • User executed transactions
    • Availability
      • User driven
      • Service provider constrained
  • 7. Intent and Access
    • Identities
      • YOUR collective control point
    • Shared content is instanced based
      • A transaction is unique to an instance of an identity
    • Shared content is inherently transactional
      • User driven access
  • 8. Yours: A Virtual Registry?
    • Where to participate
    • When to participate
    • How to contribute
    • How to enable access
    • Who to enable
    Identity Registry *ccarfi * Identity
  • 9. Questions
    • Is a unique identity a shared asset?
      • Service provider, you and your shared communal content
    • Is transactional data inherently communal?
      • Access driven events
    • What is the value of the transactional data at an identity instance?
      • Facebook v. Twitter
    • Will portability drive shared value?
  • 10. Data Portability? Communal Data and Identity