I don't want to go to https://bankofamerica.com and see it self-certified.
I don't want to go to https://amazon.com and see it self-certified.
I don't mind going to https://patriotact.wordpress.com and seeing it self-certified, because it doesn't take orders for money, or handle messages.
Now, our government wants everything tagged with the legal ID of the site owner.
How do the above provenance requirements for compliance affect RevokeSSL's effectiveness?
If I use a certificate that is not self-signed, is there a point to using RevokeSSL on the blockchain?
Christopher Allen recently gave a presentation here: http://www.meetup.com/SF-Bitcoin-Devs/events/222712738/
However, I left with a feeling like I did not have a sure y/n on certain core issues.
Am I asking this question correctly? Is this specific enough?
Can we add an SSL tag?