Digital 'ID cards' key to future internet privacy: Microsoft
Ontario's privacy commissioner and Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday unveiled a framework of principles they hope will be adopted by internet companies to help increase personal privacy and reduce online crime.
Speaking at the International Association of Privacy Professionals conference in Toronto, privacy commissioner Ann Cavoukian announced her support for the so-called Seven Laws of Identity, which outline ways in which online retailers, banks, and other organizations can enhance privacy by developing a next generation layer for the internet. Digital 'ID cards' key to future internet privacy: Microsoft
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