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Kenneth F. Belva

Barbie and Virtual Trust

Do you know who your BFFs are?

According to Kevin Poulsen at Wired, a new Barbie doll uses authentication to determine how two girls may chat online: in public or in secret.

It’s another example of Virtual Trust (VT). In short, VT can be defined as using security mechanisms — in this case it’s an authentication mechanism — to create a new process in the world via trust.

The other day I posted on VT and Nissan. Here’s a link to our more complete paper on the topic which uses case studies that show processes that generate cash.

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