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France Telecom Adds 40-million OpenIDs

Anonymous Coward writes | about 7 years ago

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An anonymous reader writes "Read/WriteWeb writes, "Orange SA, a subsidiary of France Telecom, announced today at the Digital ID World conference in San Francisco that France Telecom will act as an OpenID server. That means the company will verify the identities of their 40 million users immediately, without the need for another account to be created, for any other site on the web that supports OpenID." Orange appears to also have plans to accept OpenIDs from other providers to access various services and more information can be found (in French) on their website."
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