User-Centric Identity Mashups and Governance in Web 2.0
By independentid on Oct 11, 2007
James Kobielus writes a blog post "rfi User-Centric Identity and SOA Mashup Governance". It is about governance issues that arise around identity in Web 2.0 applications.
There should be a standards-based mechanism for enabling a identity mashup governance in Web 2.0 environments. Ideally, federated blogging and social-networking communities should provide the means for users to be prevented from mashing up each others' personal profile attributes. One way to do this is for the federated blogsites/communities to implement the IGF specifications that Oracle developed and recently submitted to Liberty Alliance.