Having spent an hour setting up some degree on synchronisation/federated sign-on between Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Linked In etc…. it occurred to me that we had similar issues to solve 20 years ago. Back then it was a hybrid of Windows, Unix and corporate applications we had to deal with. The Internet will likely make this problem more complex but potentially easier to solve. But at what price in terms of security and privacy? especially for those that don’t know what they don’t know.
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