Jabber creator launches online identity project

Tuesday, 28 March 2006, 8:38 AM EST

The founder of the Jabber open-source instant messaging software believes that he has a way to simplify the thorny problem of online identity. Over the weekend, developer Jeremie Miller launched a new project, called MicroID, designed to give users a way to authoritatively prove that they are the authors of blog postings and Web sites.

At InfoWorld.

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