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Re: Supporting VC-JWT and BBS+ Presentation Exchange in the VC-HTTP-API

From: Manu Sporny <msporny@digitalbazaar.com>
Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2021 15:29:26 -0400
To: public-credentials@w3.org
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On 8/1/21 1:22 PM, Adrian Gropper wrote:
> we might summarize your argument as economic and mine as human rights.

I certainly wouldn't summarize the argument in that way; it's misleading.

Adrian, don't EDV's solve your Cruise Ship use case without violating any
human rights?

* EDVs store Verifiable Credentials.
* EDVs support cryptographic delegation via ZCAPs.

Digital Bazaar's backing store for our Digital Wallets use EDVs, which means
that the controller of a digital wallet can cryptographically delegate access
to any party the controller wants to.

This means that the EDV controller (healthcare provider) can delegate access
to an invoker (patient), who can then further delegate access to another
invoker (cruise ship booking software) to get access to a specific healthcare
record (for an appropriate time period).

Why doesn't that address your Cruise Ship use case?

-- manu

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