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Q. What is a “Regulate Forward” strategy?

Feb 10, 2013 No Comments ›› Phil Wolff

NSTIC is a Regulate Forward strategy The US government is keen for markets to solve Internet information sharing, privacy and trust challenges. Theirs is a “Regulate Forward” approach. NSTIC strives to establish policy for where technology will be instead of regulating for where it’s been: past societal conditions, rapidly obsolescing technologies, and old industry models. “A good ...

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Q. Can people put themselves into a stakeholder group?

Aug 8, 2012 No Comments ›› Phil Wolff

When registering as participating individuals can people put themselves into a stakeholder group? Yes. There is nothing saying that individuals need to be part of the unaffiliated individual category. An individual can register and assert belonging to any one of the stakeholder groups. They will vote for a delegate to the Management Council along with organizations who ...

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Q. Who can vote?

Aug 8, 2012 No Comments ›› Phil Wolff

Who can vote for delegates on the Management Council?  Only those who have registered as participating members can vote for a delegate on the Management Council.  You must register by February 14th, 2013 for Spring elections. Who can vote in plenary wide - whole steering committed votes? Only those who have registered as participating members.

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Who is Identity Woman? Kaliya Hamlin Unmasked

About Kaliya

Aug 5, 2012 1 Comment ›› Phil Wolff

Kaliya is known as the Identity Woman. Her tagline is Saving the World with User-Centric Identity and Personal Data She was elected to the inaugural NSTIC management council and lead a sub-committee collecting and synthesizing  ecosystem images since has, since December 2012. In this coming election she is running to represent small businesses and entrepreneurs. She ...

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