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AutorenToby Baier, Christian P. Kunze
TitelIdentity Management for Self-Portrayal
Publiziert inInformation Security Management, Education and Privacy
EditorYves Deswarte and Frédéric Cuppens and Sushil Jajodia and Lingyu Wang
VerlagKluwer Academic Press
DatumAugust 2004
ZusammenfassungIdentity management systems help users to organise their digital profiles in order to communicate parts of them, whenever needed and wanted, to communication partners like internet services or personal contacts. Most current identity management research tries to achieve the highest possible degree of data hiding for best privacy. After sketching some of these projects, this paper presents a different approach where users are assumed to be interested in presenting themselves to selected online communities or internet services for better personalisation, to achieve a consistent reputation, or to establish an application- and service-independent internet society. It thereby stresses the aspect of privacy that persons have the option for self-portrayal. To support this thesis, a survey is presented which shows that many users who actively participate in Internet communities would make high use of such a system. Finally, the project onefC is shortly introduced.
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