All posts by Peter Linss

The TAG’s concerns about the Digital Object Architecture and the Web

Recently, the UN’s ITU has been involved in standardising and supporting a new architecture for resource identity and resolution, the Digital Object Architecture (DOA). Descriptions of the DOA indicate that it is designed to create and manage persistent identifiers for all entities in the Internet of Things, tracking and policing copyright, interoperable medical records, and […]

Securing the Web

Today, the TAG approved a new finding, “Securing the Web.” As the Web platform becomes more powerful, it also becomes more susceptible to a variety of attacks; someone who can pose as the server or modify content on its way to you can insert persistent scripts to track your activity, to modify what you see […]