— Gillian Whichelo (@gillianwhichelo) June 4, 2019
I'm trying to set one up under @sovrin foundation, with explicit objective to be non-Sovrin specific. It needs to link and work across all SSI initiatives and organizations. Something to rise all boats. It's much needed and we need to leverage diverse groups to promote adoption
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) June 4, 2019
Decentralized ID unbundles credentials.
Unbundled credentials commoditize.
Commoditization leads to a shift from supply to demand.
This shift, from issuance to verification, will lead to new market dynamics.
New market dynamics lead to golden opportunities.
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) June 3, 2019
[UPDATE] Microsoft recommendation to NOT force user password changes on a schedule is now their official published security guidance for Windows customers. This obviates decades of common-knowledge, in response to evidence it’s actually harmful to securityhttps://t.co/JHYO4GweW6
— SwiftOnSecurity (@SwiftOnSecurity) May 31, 2019
Securing the future of talent mobility in the Government of Canada. "Proving yourself with paper or checking a database will now be a thing of the past." Blog post here: https://t.co/Ej0VVcXAOq @AlexBenay @LearningMach1 @GC_Talent @FreeAgentLibre #OGPCanada @trbouma
— Val Thomas (@valremix) May 31, 2019
It's looking more and more like Modi's demonetization will have no long-term impact on Indians' fondness for banknotes.
With India's Q4 GDP just being published, the nation's cash-to-GDP ratio is back at pre-demonetization levels. pic.twitter.com/9rTNDIraV8
— JP Koning (@jp_koning) May 31, 2019
“If you leave a gun on a table, it is partially your responsibility,” he says, “and what we have now is people who open the arms cache.” @seanmmcdonald quoted in @nature piece discussing poorly regulated mobile ‘data for good’ initiatives: https://t.co/9BZAaPt3AO
— Alix (@alixtrot) May 30, 2019
— Andrew Trask (@iamtrask) May 30, 2019