[OpenID] Teenagers do not need OpenID
marcin.jagodzinski at gmail.com
Sat Jan 27 18:48:58 UTC 2007
I'm lost: how can I import "friend" from network A to network B, if he
doesn't have account on network B? And if he has an account, what's
2007/1/27, Paul Madsen <paulmadsen at rogers.com>:
> How might the friend's wishes be collected and recorded so as to inform
> my later actions? Different friends will certainly have different
> expectations as to what is appropriate. Should I just remember? post it
> notes by the laptop?
> And, once recorded, should such wishes be ignored by the 'LinkedIn
> Export Friends Mechanism' (or the Orkut Import Friends Mechanism') ?
> Martin Atkins wrote:
> > Paul Madsen wrote:
> >> Hi Scott, I think you are missing Dave's concern.
> >> Your contacts , as a slice of your identity, are special - there are two
> >> users in the relationship who will have an opinion on moving your data
> >> from LinkedIn to Orkut, you and your contacts.
> >> In this case, simply making things easier, without ensuring there are
> >> sufficient controls for both users to consent and control, is not a step
> >> forward.
> > If you can't trust your friends to respect your wishes in this regard,
> > I'd argue that you need better friends.
> > This is a social problem, not a technological one.
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