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Consent Name System Community Group

Our mission: design and build the 3rd generation of the CNS to be deployed globally as a free commons, a sibling to the DNS. Our scope: a hyper-cube bitmap that contains 1's and 0's for ALL GLEIF (businesses/agencies), Jurisdictions, and Legal Uses of Data, set initially by jurisdictions, then businesses/agencies, and finally by data subjects. Our deliverables: essential documents and code to stand-up a working CNS as an open source server. Gen 2 docs and video: https://bit.ly/FalconCNS

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Call for Participation in Consent Name System Community Group

The Consent Name System Community Group has been launched:


Our mission: design and build the 3rd generation of the CNS to be deployed globally as a free commons, a sibling to the DNS.
Our scope: a hyper-cube bitmap that contains 1’s and 0’s for ALL GLEIF (businesses/agencies), Jurisdictions, and Legal Uses of Data, set initially by jurisdictions, then businesses/agencies, and finally by data subjects.
Our deliverables: essential documents and code to stand-up a working CNS as an open source server. Gen 2 docs and video: https://bit.ly/FalconCNS


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This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2021-09-29 by Jay Glasgow. The following people supported its creation: Jay Glasgow, Ian Jacobs, Shenole Latimer, JIN BYUNG LEE, muhammadali vazhayil. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of the activities.

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