Voir Dire is a legal term usually used to determine the veracity of a Juror and to determine if they would be suitably unbiased to a court case.
The Red Pill® usage is to clearly verify end users and organizations as authentication for many applications from voting, financial identfication, etc. VoirDire™ uses self-sovereign IDs (SSID) in what is known as a federated distributed blockchain database to uniquely and publicly identify a specific party (individual or organization).
The difference between SSIDs and other organizations is that VoirDire™ IDs are generated and issued by individuals and not by organizations that seek to limit what you can do with your ID. The most common complaint is ESG scores and BigTech or Government issued Digital IDs. These are more like ID Permits, which they issue, and which they can revoke and deactivate.
The Web Of Trust uses SSIDs to build relationships of trust.
This is a new concept for many people, but Let’s do an example:
Let’s say that George Washington creates an SSID. Many personal contacts (Madison, Jefferson, Adams, etc) that can verify that George is who he says he is, also create SSIDs. Now George and his contacts co-sign each other’s SSIDs. Often in real life, everyone at the Continental Congress would be co-signing each others’ SSIDs.
Now, Madison goes home and encourages his associates to also create SSIDs and they co-sign SSIDs with Madison. Within the concept of 6 degree contacts, someone may receive a communication that claims that it was from George Washington.
The Web Of Trust enables Madison to provide verification that the SSID signature of George Washington and that the communication actually came from him.