Time for THEM to agree to OUR terms

We can do for customers what Creative Commons does for artists: give them terms they can offer — and be can read and agreed to by lawyers, ordinary folks, and their machines. And then we can watch “free market” come to mean what it says, and not just “your choice of captor.”
Kim Cameron’s Laws of Identity not only guide identity work by his employer (Microsoft), but have guided discussion and development of digital identity since Kim issued them in 2005.

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Author of The Intention Economy, co-author of The Cluetrain Manifesto, Fellow of CITS at UCSB, alumnus Fellow of the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard.

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Author of The Intention Economy, co-author of The Cluetrain Manifesto, Fellow of CITS at UCSB, alumnus Fellow of the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard.