Microsoft invites you to join the dialogue about how to create a more trusted Internet.
In April, Microsoft began asking all who care about the Internet to join in a discussion about how to enhance security and privacy online. This initiative is known as End to End Trust.
End to End Trust is a Microsoft-hosted online discussion forum to delve into questions such as:
- How should we enhance security on the Internet without undermining social values, such as privacy and anonymity?
- How do we, and how should we, build a trusted stack that enables a safer, more trusted Internet?
- How do we create economic incentives to drive a more secure, and privacy-enabled Internet?
To post in the forum, you can sign in with your Windows Live ID, or, if you prefer to enter the discussion anonymously, you can do so by simply logging in with the following credentials:
· User: firstname.lastname@example.org
· Password: saferint.