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Privacy Risks Get Real

by Ian Glazer  |  February 13, 2009

When you think of “the usual” privacy risks you think of things like brand and reputation damage, fines, and increased regulations.  You don’t think of jail time for executives.  But jail time is exactly what some Google executives face if an Italian prosecutor has his way. The arrest of Peter Fleischer, Google’s Paris-based Global Privacy Counsel, […]

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Will the “real” federated provisioning please stand up?

by Ian Glazer  |  February 4, 2009

Nishant has commented on my post about federated provisioning.  He has provided two different examples of federated provisioning.  One of these, the advanced provisioning example, involves a company who manages its employees’ access to a service provider service via provisioning.  In this case, Nishant agrees with me that provisioning of this sort is no different than […]

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