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Standards body the Liberty Alliance Project believes it can contribute something currently missing from the ongoing debate on tackling identity theft -- a lexicon of terms defining exactly what constitutes ID theft. The alliance, which focuses on developing open standards for federated network identity, revealed its work on the lexicon Tuesday.

EBay drops Microsoft’s Passport

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Liberty Alliance publishes Phase 2 specs

Industry consortium The Liberty Alliance Project published the final version of its Phase 2 specifications Wednesday and named five companies that will be releasing identity management products that support the new standards.

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