Identifying Google primary authority and contributing authorities Google delegated authority evaluation system

V1 SEO have started a process to identify the Google delegated authority evaluation system primary authority and contributing authorities used for gauging; reliability, trustworthiness, accuracy, impartiality, and quality.

It is said that a primary authority may be a public entity or a private entity which hopefully then designates evaluation rating authority to contributing authorities that it/they trust and which can be revoked by the primary authority and dispersed amongst existing or new contributing authorities.

Withe the Google evaluation rating system being a combination of a very large, distributed, annotated database and meta-data markup are we to assume Google+ and +1 data is to be used and will Google assign primary authority on a selection and invite process?

Will this Google rating system lead to a race amongst Black Hat SEOs to crack the cryptographic protocols used to anonymously distribute evaluation or easier still will it be possible to identify primary authorities and contributing authorities by meta-data  and encrypted tokens.

Have you been approached by Google as a possible primary authority or contributing authority, do you suspect that some of the identifying meta tags you are using are being used for more than initially thought? If so, we would love to hear from you.

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