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WebID - W3C Wiki

X509 Sense and Reference

A WebID is a way to uniquely identify a person, company, organisation, or other agent using a URI. The term "WebID" was coined by Dan Brickley and Tim Berners-Lee in 2000. (Citation needed)

The WebID Protocol for authentication is being worked on in the WebID Community Group at the W3C. Implementers and other are welcome to join and contribute feedback in a non patent encumbered way. The group is developing the following specs...


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