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The Respect Trust Framework,™ Version 1, (35 pages - 658k) submitted to OIX by Connect.Me™ on 15 August 2011 (which supersedes the first Public Review Draft submitted 10 May 2011), is the first personal trust framework designed to give individuals control over the sharing of their personal data on the Internet, mobile phone networks, social networks, and other online forums. It defines a simple set of principles and rules to which members of a digital trust network agree in order to share identity and personal data with confidence it will be safe and used only as authorized.

Following is the complete text of the five principles upon which the Respect Trust Framework is based:

Principle

Synopsis

Wording

Promise

We will respect each other’s digital boundaries

Every Member promises to respect the right of every other Member to control the identity and personal data they share within the network and the communications they receive within the network.

Permission

We will negotiate with each other in good faith

As part of this promise, every Member agrees that all sharing of identity and personal data and sending of communications will be by permission, and to be honest and direct about the purpose(s) for which permission is sought.

Protection

We will protect the identity and data entrusted to us

As part of this promise, every Member agrees to provide reasonable protection for the privacy and security of identity and personal data shared with that Member.

Portability

We will support other Members’ freedom of movement

As part of this promise, every Member agrees to ensure the portability of the identity and personal data shared with that Member.

Proof

We will reasonably cooperate for the good of all Members

As part of this promise, every Member agrees to share the reputation metadata necessary for the health of the network, including feedback about compliance with this trust framework, and to not engage in any practices intended to game or subvert the reputation system.

The Respect Trust Framework is designed to be self-reinforcing through use of a peer-to-peer reputation system called the Respect Reputation System,™ defined in the document. The Respect Reputation System includes both positive reputation, called Vouching, and negative reputation, called Complaints.

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