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Security for various internet services and ability to stop foreign manipulation.

There are numerous security issues on the net. Long ago, we developed Digital Certificates to ID host, domains, organizations, and even individuals. The issue with doing individual digital certificates, is that they are NOT truly vetted. Worse, this has lead to new services such as ID.me being created who are now taking all of a persons information such as Drivers License, Passports, Military ID and storing them in their... more »

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Incentive Recommendations to Increase COVID-19 Vaccination Rates

As of July 9th, slightly over 67.4% of U.S. adults 18 and older have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 (hereafter Covid) vaccination, and approximately 60 percent are fully vaccinated.  However, Covid vaccination rates vary widely across the states and U.S. Territories with Vermont having close to 86% of its residents who have received one Covid vaccination dose, and Mississippi having only 47.2% of its residents... more »

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Cybersecurity innovation

I am the creator of TUPLEZZ, which is a very powerful (probably the most powerful) method and system for strong authentication and secure communication designed to keep cybercriminals at bay for now and in the soon-to-come age of quantum computers.

Imagine a hacker who installed a RAT (Remote Access Trojan/ Remote Administration Tool) on Alice's PC and so he can see everything (screen captures and keylogging) that happens... more »

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Election Security

Security for various internet services; Security for voting; Ability to pick foreign manipulation; Ability to stop false news

There are numerous security issues on the net. Long ago, we developed Digital Certificates to ID host, domains, organizations, and even individuals.  The issue with doing individual digital certificates, is that they are NOT truly vetted. Worse, this has lead to new services such as ID.me being created who are now taking all of a persons information such as Drivers License, Passports, Military ID and storing them in their... more »

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