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Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo, Wave Systems Pilot Open Identity for Open Government 19

Gov 2.0 Conference – Washington, D.C. — September 9, 2009 — Ten industry leaders — Yahoo!, PayPal, Google, Equifax, AOL, VeriSign, Acxiom, Citi, Privo and Wave Systems — announced today they will support the first pilot programs designed for the American public to engage in open government — government that is transparent, participatory, and collaborative. This [...]


Google and JanRain Release Support for the OpenID User Interface Extension 5

This morning, Google released an upgrade to their OpenID Provider to support the draft OpenID User Interface Extension along with JanRain who added support for it to their Relying Party service RPX. This means that Google users signing into sites like UserVoice (choose “Google” to see it in action) now have a much better user [...]


Microsoft and Google Both Ship OpenID 13

As a great way to lead into the Internet Identity Workshop this week in Mountain View CA, both Microsoft and Google shipped OpenID features in beta products this past Friday. Microsoft Research announced an experimental Provider while Google announced the ability to comment on Blogger blogs using OpenID. As some backstory, this past February at [...]


HEART WG

About Charter Status Repository Source Commits Issues What is HEART WG? The HEART Working Group intends to harmonize and develop a set of privacy and security specifications that enable an individual to control the authorization of access to RESTful health-related data sharing APIs, and to facilitate the development of interoperable implementations of these specifications by [...]