- "Abstraction: An internet-scalable identity metasystem must provide all end- and intermediary entities (i.e., users, identity agents, IdPs, RP/SPs, identity brokers, etc.) with a consistent, abstract, standardized , lightweight, reliable, speedy, and secure experience/interface across all use cases, interactions, credentials, protocols, platforms, etc while enabling separation of identity contexts across myriad domains, operators, and technologies."
- Abstraction: An internet-scalable identity metasystem presents a simplified, virtualized , complexity-hiding interface to all entities, from end to end.
- "She pointed out that most of the current crop of user-centric identity schemes (i.e, MSFT CardSpace, OpenID, etc.) focus primarily on the 'human present' mode, which, as Eve stated memorably, means that the 'user's policy is in their brain.' By contrast, she pointed out, Liberty's ID-WSF was developed to support both the 'human present' and 'human absent' modes."
In the interest of simplicity, why not simply go back to a default password of "password"? That's user-centric isn't it? In "human-absent-minded" scenario?