RE: CAPTCHA - issue #26

To the RQTF

Jason/Janina: just had a good read through of the issue 26 comments. Agree it'd be good to have the reference, especially if they are well placed to provide support on the edit. 


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-----Original Message-----
From: Janina Sajka <> 
Sent: Saturday, 30 March 2019 4:22 AM
To: White, Jason J <>
Subject: Re: CAPTCHA - issue #26

Agreed, Jason. Since IETF has published, I think we can reference their publication along with our response on this issue as well as the similar issue #16, where this approach appears to be termed "blinded verifications."


White, Jason J writes:
> I think we should carefully look at and take into account the recently opened Issue #26:
> which refers to standards work of the IETF and to a published paper regarding a privacy-preserving protocol that can be used to limit the presentation of CAPTCHA challenges to users.
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Janina Sajka

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Received on Monday, 1 April 2019 08:37:36 UTC