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152 results about "Machine-readable data" patented technology

Machine-readable data, or computer-readable data, is data (or metadata) in a format that can be easily processed by a computer. Machine-readable data must be structured data. The OPEN Government Data Act, signed into law on January 14, 2019, defines machine-readable data as "data in a format that can be easily processed by a computer without human intervention while ensuring no semantic meaning is lost." The Act directs U.S. federal agencies to make data open by default, ensuring that "any public data asset of the agency is machine-readable".

Checkout system for on-line, card present equivalent interchanges

The present invention includes methods for providing merchant's with verified information about a user during a remote electronic transaction; methods for carrying out a verified, remote electronic transaction over a network by providing verified user information to a merchant's server, which information is necessary to complete the verified transaction; and systems enabling a user to complete a verified, remote electronic transactions over a network with a merchant, wherein the verified transactions include providing the merchant's server with verified user information. Moreover, the present invention provides methods and systems for conducting verified, remote electronic transactions using a single access code. The system comprises one or more verifying servers that are maintained by the merchant or a third party; one or more servers that are maintained by a merchant, one or more digital, electronic devices that are maintained by the user or by a third party, and a machine-readable-data structure that interfaces with said digital, electronic device. The machine-readable data structure comprises at least one internal microprocessor that controls at least one internal semiconductor memory, having a secured first portion for storing verifiable user information and an unsecured second portion. Verifiable user information about the user, which is necessary to complete a verified, card present equivalent transaction, resides in the secured first portion of the semiconductor memory. A security algorithm and a previously registered security code reside on the unsecured second portion of the semiconductor memory. The verifiable user information is provided to the merchant server or, alternately, to the verifying server after the machine-readable data structure is read and a single access code that matches the previously registered security code is provided by the user.

System and method for controlling the distribution of data translation components to portable data collection devices

A system (10) includes a data collection device (12) for reading a machine readable data storage medium (38) and generating formatted data in accordance with data manipulation commands of a rules file (43). A protected rule file creation system: i) generates the rule file (43); ii) encrypts the rule file (43) to generate a protected rule file (39) which, when deciphered using a source key (31) yields the rule file (43); and iii) generates a license record (35). The license record (35) comprises the source key (31) and a source identifier (168). A trusted license file distribution system (17) encrypts the license record (35) using a private key (97) of a public/private key pair to generate a license file (41). The data collection device (12) comprises: i) a non-volatile memory storing a reader ID (93) and a public key (95); and ii) a processor (20) operating a decoder (72) and an interpreter (84). The interpreter (84) receives decoded data (134) from the decoder (72) and manipulates the decoded data (134) in accordance with the plurality of data manipulation commands defined in the rule file (43) to generate the formatted data (136). The interpreter module (84) obtains the rule file (43) by: i) receiving the protected rule file (39); ii) receiving the license file (41); iii) deciphering the license record (35) of the license file (41) using the public encryption key (95); and iv) if the identification of an authorized reader (37) matches the reader ID (93), deciphering the protected rule file (39) using the source license key (31) to recover the rule file (43).
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