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The Challenge Of Self-sovereign Identity In The Digital World

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“Dubus speaks about”that membrane of inviolability that should be around every human being.” Expanding on that, he adds, You can’t violate someone’s sacred space without asking.” Then, but in a fight you have to violate it right away, and once you learn to do that, you can always do it.”Those two points — that we have a sacred space inside a membrane of inviolability, and that once we violate another’s sacred space we can make a habit of it — lay out the challenge for self-sovereign identity in the digital world.”

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Related and Connected …. it’s interesting to think about this when watching the news today about the corruption in our businesses and governments. How did they think they’d get away with it? … we continually ask.

Because they always have.

Because they did it once and weren’t caught - so did it again.

Over and over and over they violated the law, decency our democracy … and thus their was the habit born.

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