Last year I worked within a small group of people on an article called “Internet Architecture for Innovation“. The work was lead by Isidro Laso from the European Commission. You may also note the small note on the first page: This paper has been written jointly by their authors but
I am happy to finally see the publication of our “Emergency Services for Internet Multimedia” article in the IP Protocol Journal. Together with Henning Schulzrinne we wanted to capture the ongoing work on IP-based emergency services in the IETF and to make it accessible for a broad audience. It was
This is a reminder to register for the 8th Emergency Services Workshop (ESW8). Most of you are familiar with our series of emergency services workshops, which date back to our first workshop in 2006. For this workshop many of us will get together in Budapest on 13-15 April 2011. Since
I have given three tutorials on OAuth at the Beijing IETF (last November) and one talk to the MIT Communications Futures Privacy & Security working group this week. Here are my slides: OAuth Tutorial (Beijing IETF, Nov. 2010) (zip file) OAuth Security (Beijing IETF, Nov. 2010) (zip file) OAuth Overview
Early December 2010 we met at MIT to discuss the question of “How can Technology help to improve Privacy on the Internet?”. The workshop page can be found here: http://www.iab.org/about/workshops/privacy/ Bernard Aboba has worked a while on the meeting minutes and the participants were given some time to review the outcome.
PRESS RELEASE December 9, 2010 – Cambridge, MA, USA – A two-day Internet Architecture Board workshop focused on Internet Privacy was held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) that drew international technology professionals across many technical disciplines. Crossing organizational borders, the Privacy Workshop was jointly sponsored by the Internet
The Internet Architecture Board (IAB), World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Internet Society (ISOC) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) will hold a joint Internet privacy workshop on 8 and 9 December 2010 at MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts on the question: “How Can Technology Help to Improve Privacy on the Internet?” Information
We have recently submitted a new version of the privacy and identity management terminology document: http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-hansen-privacy-terminology-01.txt The full document titel is “Terminology for Talking about Privacy by Data Minimization: Anonymity, Unlinkability, Undetectability, Unobservability, Pseudonymity, and Identity Management” and here is the abstract: This document is an attempt to consolidate terminology
With the recent announcement on the mailing list the ATOCA working group has now finally been created: http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/earlywarning/current/msg00358.html Scott Bradner <email@example.com> and Martin Thomson <firstname.lastname@example.org> will lead the working group. The milestones of the groups are: Jan 2011 Submit “Terminology and Framework” to the IESG for publication as Informational Apr
The IAB and IESG would like to announce a joint design session on Forwarding Plane Operations, Administration and Maintenance (OAM) to be held on October 12 through October 14 at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, USA. IP and ICMP support very simple forwarding plane diagnostic tools (e.g., PING, TRACEROUTE).