[BGIN-IPKM] Proposal for a new workstream on scaling technology and privacy

Nat Sakimura nat at sakimura.org
Mon Jul 20 06:41:19 CDT 2020

Thanks Ryosuke.

To bring the work forward, I would like to find at least two more co-editors of the document.
Please speak up if you would like to be one.


Nat Sakimura
Chairman, OpenID Foundation
On Jul 20, 2020 08:46 +0900, Ryosuke Ushida <ru64 at georgetown.edu>, wrote:
> Dear contributors,
> I am thinking to make a proposal for a new workstream under the IdM, Privacy and Key Management SG if I could find contributors.
> This is just a first draft of the proposal.
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dhiBLxaIGiJ8ErZOoB9Jj2KD9m38LC62rTWMWlbfeXM
> As a financial regulator, I am interested in exploring the potential of recent technological development (e.g. payment channel, PETs) to address the needs of not only engineers and businesses but also regulators.
> My primary focus is a financial ecosystem, but privacy considerations derived from the analysis may be applied to other domains such as the COVID-19 contact tracing app.
> Possible deliverables are technical and policy recommendations with input from engineers, businesses, academia, and regulators.
> I appreciate any comments or suggestions.
> Thanks,
> Ryosuke
> Ryosuke Ushida
> Assistant to acting co-chairs, BGIN
> Senior Fellow, Cyber SMART, Georgetown University
> Deputy Director, Fintech Office, Japan Financial Services Agency
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