Archives: September, 2010
WRITTEN ON Monday, September 27th, 2010 BY William Heath AND STORED IN Identity, Save Time and Money
Mydex‘ new White Paper out today has a section at the back that sets out the implications of personal data stores such as Mydex for public sector services, identifiers, personalisation and security. The text of that section is below. You can download the whole Mydex White Paper here.
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WRITTEN ON Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 BY William Heath AND STORED IN We told you so...
It seems councils are starting to turn off vehicle speed cameras (Reading, Derby, Oxfordshire). There must be a German word for this. Something like Fahrzeugsgeschwindigkeitskameraeinrichtungdämmerung.
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WRITTEN ON Tuesday, September 21st, 2010 BY William Heath AND STORED IN Design: Co-creation, Design: user-oriented, Foundation of Trust, Identity, Save Time and Money
Does it matter that the Coalition hasn’t published a post-ID-Scheme identity policy yet? I dont think so. It’s no more helpful to obsess about identity than to obsess about privacy. These things are important, but the overriding Coalition priority is to save money. Happily, the urge to save money will usher in the right identity […]
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WRITTEN ON Saturday, September 4th, 2010 BY William Heath AND STORED IN Identity, We told you so...
The whole business of centrally held health records, summary care records shared without informed consent, detailed care records, secondary uses by all and sundry is far from ideal. Wibbi you could just press a big ol’ button and download your health record, in machine readable format, to put in your personal data store or locally […]
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