Beyond Reasonable Doubt
Data Protection Legislation has placed Identity Owners (people) in control of their Personal Professional Identity Data (PPID).
The steady decline of our online world as a safe and trusted medium has continued for much of the 21st century – the abuse of our personal data is now reported worldwide every day. 2018 has become pivotal and underscores both a pessimistic and optimistic road ahead for our online world. Uncharacteristic pessimism from no less than the Internet pioneers – "the fathers of the Internet" – have voiced their concern over human rights in a digital age and that the current online inequity needs urgent correction. This dismal outlook has however, added much impetus to the emerging ‘Personal Online Datastore’ (POD) as a means to return control of personal data to the people who own it.
2018 has also been a year for optimism that ushered in wide-
So why is this important…?
Objectsofts’ regulatory business process (e-
|Personal Data Autonomy|
|HRH the Duke of York, Prince Andrew visits Objectsoft – March 2006|
|Dr James Martin meets Objectsoft's founder – July 2005, London|
|The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown visits Objectsoft – April 2005|
|Stephen Mason - Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review|
|Leading law firm Wragge & Co working with Objectsoft – June 2002|
|Lord Sainsbury, Minister for Science and Innovation visits Objectsoft – April 2002|
|1. Brexit affect|
|2. Why e-ntitle.®|
|4. Technology Agnostic|
|5. Effortless Registration|
|6. GDPR and ePD|
|Contract for the Web|
|Danger & Rectification|
|Financial Technology (FinTech)|
|KuppingerCole KYC Paper|
|Features & Benefits|