Laws of Identity too technically orientated


Just been looking at a condensed form of Kim Cameron’s “Laws of identity”. I can’t leave a comment due to some problem on the web-site.

However, after having read the technical version some time ago and then again now reading this non-technical version, I am feeling more and more how technically orientated it is. Take for example the first point: “People using computers should be in control of giving out information about themselves”, but why is it only people using computers? It could also be people not using computers, RFID chips in passports or ID cards for example.

It should state “People using/possessing any device capable of holding or linking to PII should be in control of giving out information about themselves”, or something like that.

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