Five ways to build trust in the UK's digital identity rollout

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Five ways to build trust in the UK's digital identity rollout

The government is consulting on digital identities. Here are five pillars they need to consider

Every day we all need to prove we are who we say we are - identity assurance is the first step in nearly all interactions between governments, businesses and citizens. Yet, as more services move on...

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