as each Freedom Fund nears its target date, the investment mix gradually gets more conservative.As you near the time where you will be removing funds, the asset allocation changes to minimize risk.
Why not the same for identity policy, i.e. privacy rules that automatically become more conservative and risk-averse as the user ages?
I expect that I currently allow usages of my identity now that I won't in 20 years, and I'm absolutely sure that the 43 year old me wouldn't allow operations now that a 20 year old me wouldn't think twice about.
I propose a simple formula
For every 2 years of age past 20, allow one less identity operation in a weekly period.
Based on experience with my Dad :
- the particular operation being denied should be chosen randomly
- whatever decision made in one instance should not impact subsequent decisions
- the Fault code cited should place blame on the 'government', and