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Building and Zoning

Osmio’s implementation of PKI is called the “Authenticity Infrastructure.” When Authenticity is achieved, the next step is the InDoors Infrastructure. InDoor spaces provide precisely the same benefit that buildings provide in the physical world; they provide bounded spaces that are reachable by, but separate from, the outdoor roadways – or information highways as the case may be.

In order to be considered an InDoor space, a facility must have an occupancy permit that is signed by a professionally licensed architect (designer), contractor (coder) and building inspector (code auditor).

The Building and Zoning Department is responsible for enforcing code standards for online places that choose to participate under Osmio's jurisdiction.

In particular, the building codes require that no online place will be given an occupancy permit without three digital signatures: that of a professionally licensed software architect, professionally licensed coder, and a professionally licensed code auditor.

This department sets standards to provide the basis for secure and manageable online spaces; we are bringing the old-world concept of Quiet Enjoyment to the digital world.

This is the department to reference if you're interested in building and certifying your online space to Osmio City standards, which ultimately help to create a safer, more secure, and more private internet experience for your users.