System and method for using location identity to control access to digital information (US Patent 6,985,588)
Filed in 2000 and granted in 2006, this patent describes a broad invention for combining location and access to data such that data stored with a location identity attribute such as an address can only accessed at the location identified by the location identity attribute.

Cryptographic system and method for geolocking and securing digital information (US Patent 7,120,254)
Filed in 2001 as a continuation-in-part of 6,985,588 and granted in 2006, this invention describes the basis by which a location identity attribute and data can be integrated into an encryption process such that decryption of the data can only occur at the location specified by the location identity attribute.

System and method for delivering encrypted information in a communication network using location identity and key tables (US Patent 7,143,289)
Filed in 2001 as a continuation-in-part of both 6,985,588 and 7,120,254 and granted in 2006 this invention builds on its predecessors in three respects. First, it enhances and increases the security of the location-based cryptographic processes. Second, it describes an apparatus that is a tamper-proof device that incorporates the memory, hardware components and software needed to perform geo-encryption in a protected, unobservable environment. Third, it provides a method for key table management that can be performed remotely by a third-party.

Data loader using location identity to provide secure communication of data to recipient devices (US Patent 7,512,989)
Filed in 2003 and issued in 2009, this invention describes how encrypted data may be securely conveyed from one digital device to another device using a location-identity such that digital data is transferred only if the data loader is at a specified location. In one embodiment, the data loader device includes a “no-move” feature that produces an alarm and inhibits operation of the device if movement is detected beyond a predefined threshold level.

Cryptographic system and method for geolocking and securing digital information (US Patent 7,660,418)
Filed in 2006 and issued in 2010, this invention describes an encrypted file management system utilizes a location identity to limit access/decryption of specific encrypted files to only authorized locations. The location identity attribute may further include a temporal value such that the digital information can only be accessed at the specific geographic location and during a particular time period.

GeoCodex has additional applications pending with the U.S. Patent Office as well as parallel patents in key countries around the world.

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