Laws of Identity

Just came across Microsoft Kim Cameron’s Laws of Identity.

  1. User Control and Consent
  2. Limited Disclosure for Limited Use
  3. The Law of Fewest Parties
  4. Directed Identity
  5. Pluralism of Operators and Technologies
  6. Human Integration
  7. Consistent Experience Across Contexts

The recent study and work for Single-Sign On and Federated Identities made me go through interesting writings regarding federation and identity management from SAML standards to Geneva Framework. More on Geneva Framework later.

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