Electronic Identity: Who goes there?
When it comes to the delivery of web-based services, particularly e-government services, the ability to authenticate the identity of individuals while protecting the privacy of their data is critical, writes Jack Nagle
The emergence of the internet is a comparatively recent phenomenon and brings with it a wealth of apparent business opportunities, frequently presented in breathless terms, which fail to take some key issues into account if the system is really to deliver on its promise.
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