UK govt starts pilot, consultation on online identification

Friday 19 July 2019 | 13:47 CET | News
The UK government is inviting comments from all interested parties on how to make it easier for people and organisations to verify identities online. The "call for evidence" will look at the role of government and the private sector in the development of digital identities and how higher levels of trust could be achieved between the public those organisations checking their identities. The proposals also include the potential for people to reuse previously verified identities in different sectors and services.

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Countries: United Kingdom
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