Monthly Archives: April 2012

CIETAC Arbitration Rules 2012

CIETAC has announced that effective May 1, 2012, the CIETAC Arbitration Rules (2012) shall uniformly apply to the CIETAC and its sub-commissions. CIETAC started the rules revision back in early 2010. During early 2010 I was in CIETAC (as reported in this blog) and had an opportunity to gain valuable insights into the workings of [...]

The semantic web in practice

I recently came across a content curation service, and decided to use it to gather contents via my twitter. According to ‘they love the semantic web’, a great start for an online paper. seems to use the twitter (or google+, facebook) handler/user to anchor the data stream and then allow tags/keywords to [...]

attaching ‘identity’ to data

A publication – Aspects of Identity – from The British Computer Society Identity Assurance Working Group with foreword by Kim Cameron is available for download (pdf). From the publication: The BCS position is that individuals, not organisations, should remain in control of their personal identification, whether held by governments or other organisations. Individuals, organisations, governments [...]