21,264 reputation
20122314
bio website val-id.com
location New York, NY
age 39
visits member for 4 years, 9 months
seen 2 hours ago

The following message is ROT26 encrypted:

Check out my startup at Val-ID, an offline identity company that puts you in control

I'm not looking for a job. I'm going to change the world. The only question is, who wants to do it with me?


Aug
6
asked How can I verifiably demonstrate that steganography or hidden partitions do not exist?
Aug
5
comment In the United States, when can someone legally search my personal laptop? (Government or private security)
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because I moved it to Legal.SE
Aug
5
comment In the United States, when can someone legally search my personal laptop? (Government or private security)
Had no idea law existed!
Aug
5
revised In the United States, when can someone legally search my personal laptop? (Government or private security)
added 12 characters in body
Aug
5
asked In the United States, when can someone legally search my personal laptop? (Government or private security)
Aug
5
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
5
comment How would an improved “read receipt” work as an email, Facebook post, or webpage?
I remember seeing something similar too, but I can't find it. Hopefully it wasn't deleted.
Aug
5
asked How would an improved “read receipt” work as an email, Facebook post, or webpage?
Aug
4
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
3
comment Simulation of cloud based digital signature with Hardware Security Module (HSM)
fyi - I believe YubiKey offers an unlisted cloud based offering of their HSM...
Aug
3
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
3
comment When do honest people need privacy or anonymity? (e.g. they have nothing to hide)
Very useful. So someone would need validation of being a member of the opposing herd, and anonymity for expression leniency or tolerance for the opposing party.
Aug
3
revised When do honest people need privacy or anonymity? (e.g. they have nothing to hide)
added 80 characters in body
Aug
3
comment When do honest people need privacy or anonymity? (e.g. they have nothing to hide)
Do you have any specific scenarios where anonymity could be useful to gain the privacy you're describing?
Aug
3
revised Should universal delete, or “the right to be forgotten”, be an extension to OpenID Connect “signout” or authentication in general?
edited title
Aug
3
asked Should universal delete, or “the right to be forgotten”, be an extension to OpenID Connect “signout” or authentication in general?
Aug
3
revised When do honest people need privacy or anonymity? (e.g. they have nothing to hide)
added 154 characters in body
Aug
3
comment When do honest people need privacy or anonymity? (e.g. they have nothing to hide)
One thing to add - re: You own the information about yourself ... in the UK, the government's department of health owns all the medical records of its people. The United States is distinctly different in this regard.
Aug
3
comment When do honest people need privacy or anonymity? (e.g. they have nothing to hide)
These are great.. do you know of anytime anonymity can be used as a means to gain this privacy?
Aug
3
revised When do honest people need privacy or anonymity? (e.g. they have nothing to hide)
added 142 characters in body