One of the comments to Sokullu and McManus' original post called for OpenID sites to accept greater privacy guarantees than currently provided. <br><br>Specifically, the commenter is concerned that information about the frequency of authentication at various sites. Stoicho asks: "How can you trust a 3rd party [who] sees how frequent your users logged in, how many users your application has?"
<br><br>Stoicho asks that sites make the following pledge: Is this reasonable?<br><br>"WE WILL NEVER EVER NEVER EVER GATHER ANY INFORMATION, REGARTHLESS HOW
MANY, OR HOW FREQUENT YOUR APPLICATION USERS USED THEIR OPENID ACCOUNTS."<br><br>bob wyman<br><br> <a href="http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/openid_vs_bigco.php#comment-8274">http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/openid_vs_bigco.php#comment-8274