Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Bulleproof Privacy

To protect private information, the proposed organization uses strong biometric(s) to keep each member's Private Key secret. Each member has the ability to authorize the use of her/his private key should that member be unable to use it (incapacity or death).

The author, as the inventor of a strong biometric - Retinal Identification, realized in the 1980's that projected identity applications would be a far larger market than simple physical access control. Use of public key encryption functionality is essential to automated and reliable operation over geographic distances.

Social networking, online banking and other applications  are now common place in today's interconnected world and highly dependent on robust projected identity systems.

Pieces of a cost-effective global solution have been proposed and some of them tried. The work disclosed here is an attempt a consolidation of the relevant efforts into a cohesive whole and to offer both its benefits and responsibilities to members of a group that is loyal to each other as individuals.

NOTE: This part of BuzzTheHill is not fictional. Consider this post a public disclosure and as such, to the degree something novel and not obvious to those skilled in the art has been addressed in it, the specific intent was/is to put it in the PUBLIC DOMAIN

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