[OpenID] Law 1 and EMTs

Jaco Aizenman skorpio at gmail.com
Fri Feb 9 20:53:16 UTC 2007

How about giving all the liability problems to a third party? (answer me to
my email please)

I mean, the owner of the iBroker can be a local CR company,
http://www.labstein.com/ , and not your company.

BTW, today if someone really wants it, most probably can get a medical
info/record, using also non digital means (with the "help" of clerks working
on hospitals for example...). But most probably today a doctor can not get
all your medical record, and many times this mean dead or serious problems
if the person survives....

It is incredible to find out that more poeple die for this reasons than for
car accidents!.

On 2/9/07, Troy Benjegerdes <hozer at hozed.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 09, 2007 at 11:17:38AM -0600, Jaco Aizenman wrote:
> > Jon, in emergency situations, in most countries, security forces will
> get
> > all info needed to save the people. For all other cases the Supreme
> Court
> > and other?s, should protect the fundamental right of not having virtual
> > personality (not letting others see your vp content, or  contact you
> > without passing your presence  choices).
> >
> > Eric, my father is a Doctor in CR, and he and others I talked in the
> health
> > sector, want the best(*) content of the patient virtual personality,
> > available at all times, in all the places.
> Two words: Cost/benefit.
> Getting the 'best' patient information to everyone *that needs it*,
> everywhere,
> at all times, *without* disclosing this information to unauthorized
> persons
> is either going to be horrendously expensive, or horrendously insecure
> first then horrendously expensive in the resulting litigation from
> inevitable security breaches.
> How much are you willing to pay an iBroker to accept that liability? Who
> is going to pay for it? If you have several hundred thousand to just get
> started documenting the security process, and then a few million to
> implement it, then let's talk about this more.. But right now, I think
> we need to see OpenID deployed for *low risk* information like online
> blogs first. If you feel you need to discuss this now, put a dollar
> value on it.
> >
> > Some local CR actors in the health sector, including Government, want to
> > find an iBroker that can provide this service of projecting the medical
> > record content,to the right people, at the right time, at the right
> places.
> >
> > (*) Just critical content for emergency situations, and the full patient
> > medical record for non emergency situations.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > On 1/29/07, Jon Callas <jon at pgpeng.com> wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > >Discussions of this sort set off my own special form of paranoia.
> > >
> > >When I hear that we have to have identity information opened up so
> > >the EMTs can get them, I really hear that we need to do this so that
> > >the security forces can get them when you're declared an enemy
> > >combatant, or attend the wrong public gathering.
> > >
> > >        Jon
> --
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Troy Benjegerdes                'da hozer'                hozer at hozed.org
> Somone asked me why I work on this free (http://www.fsf.org/philosophy/)
> software stuff and not get a real job. Charles Shultz had the best answer:
> "Why do musicians compose symphonies and poets write poems? They do it
> because life wouldn't have any meaning for them if they didn't. That's why
> I draw cartoons. It's my life." -- Charles Shultz

Jaco Aizenman L.
My iname is =jaco (http://xri.net/=jaco)
Founder                - www.virtualrights.org
XDI Board member - www.xdi.org
Tel/Voicemail: 506-3461570
Costa Rica

What is an i-name?
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