[cc-community] Digital timestamping CC?
montrellune at teatre.com
Sat Sep 18 14:38:25 EDT 2004
>>>Andrea Glorioso wrote:
>>>>> "jose" == jose <jose+cc at w3.org> writes:
> > A possible solution to this issue could be to have an XML
> > digital signature timestamp process that could bind the CC RDF
>In Italy an association, Costozero, has launched >such a service:
>In the end, you will always end up with proving >trust - you can do
>that in a vertical (certification authorities) or >horizontal (web of
As you can easely see also in www.costozero.org, the only type with value of legal proof is the first one indicated by Andrea, e.g. through certification autority.
The other way -web of trust- has no legal value -better it has but in a very limited and weak way, with inversion of the burden of proof.
The first way, instead, has an unbelivable power of proof.
If the certificate is not out of date (and you can forward the terms with certificated timestamps) it has more value than the no-digital equivalent.
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