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.NET My Services

A discontinued user contact and information service on the Internet from Microsoft. Formerly code-named Hailstorm, it was based on the Passport wallet. The data was hosted on secure Microsoft servers and made accessible to all My Services applications. The user had control over the distribution of the data, which included name and address, shopping information, travel preferences, favorite websites and other personal data. See .NET.
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Microsoft .NET, of which .NET My Services is a part, is designed to provide those significant industry opportunities.
.NET My Services is designed to allow companies to deliver offerings that will collaborate and work on behalf of the user to deliver consistent, and personalized services.
The .NET My Services model is built upon fair information practices, including:
Privacy is a key design requirement in the .NET My Services architecture, and the .NET My Services data model is overlaid with a specific security and access control model that allows end users to control how and with whom their personal information is shared.
In addition to providing the technical capabilities, Microsoft will mandate strict data collection and use practices among .NET My Services licensees to ensure that user privacy is protected.
.NET My Services can be accessed from any device, service, or application with an Internet connection, the ability to authenticate a user, and the ability to send and receive SOAP messages.