Virtual voucher masks online users' identity


By Duncan Graham-Rowe WITH the rise of internet fraud, identity theft and unsolicited spam, people are becoming increasingly wary of handing out personal information online. Now a security system developed by IBM will allow people to access services or make purchases online without disclosing their identity. Called Idemix, the software uses a system of anonymous vouchers that simply confirm a piece of information about an individual, such as that he or she is over 18, meaning they do not need to disclose identifying details in return for services. The system acts as a middleman,
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