TPWG F2F Breakout Group E

12 Feb 2013

See also: IRC log




Identified - able to identify a unique person, locate them with precision, or contact them directly

Pseudoynmous - able to treat a unique identifier differently than other unique identifiers but are unable to identify a specific, unique person in the real-world

De-Identifier - able to see events by unique identifiers but unable to connect that identifier to experiences in the real-world




Summary of Action Items

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