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Facebook has stepped forward and joined OpenID with a growing number of popular web sites that have recently joined OpenID. Up till now, Facebook has only allowed third-party developers to access user's data strictly...
In July of last year, Microsoft threw its weight behind supporting the OpenID protocol. In February of this year, Microsoft joined the OpenID foundation's board. Now, Microsoft has committed to OpenID further by announcing that...
OpenID is an untrusted protocol. Sun has no liability for what happens to any information you give to a third-party web site using this service. Most OpenID-enabled sites are genuine but some may be phishers...
Several industry leaders in the tech industry, and in particular the online side of it, have officially joined the OpenID foundation as corporate board members, including Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, IBM, and VeriSign. This large step...
Microsoft Corp. has thrown its weight behind OpenID, an emerging Web authentication standard. The announcement was made Tuesday at the RSA Conference in San Francisco during a joint keynote by Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and...