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In related news, a few of us from the W3C Verifiable Credentials
Working Group (VCWG) met with the Privacy Interest Group (PING) at W3C
to go through their privacy and security review and analysis of the
Verifiable Credentials Data Model v2.0 and Data Integrity
specifications. Representatives from Apple, Google, Brave, Mastercard,
Center for Democracy and Technology,  and the Internet Society (ISOC)
were in attendance to add their thoughts to the review as well.

Meeting minutes are here:

We've already raised issues on the respective specifications and are
working to document the items that PING requested that we document.

No critical design issues or security vulnerabilities were discovered
in the review process. We expect privacy and security analysis to
continue as these documents work their way through the process.

-- manu

Manu Sporny -
Founder/CEO - Digital Bazaar, Inc.

Received on Sunday, 20 August 2023 13:15:49 UTC