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World Economic Forum Shares Vision of Safe Global ID System

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The World Economic Forum (WEF) believes that data intermediaries should play a key role in a global digital identity scheme. The think tank argues data intermediaries...

Making the Case for a Canadian National Digital ID

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Paper licences and plastic cards are old technology and should be replaced with a brand new biometric digital ID system according to Neil Parmenter,...

Colorado Introduces New “Iconic Credential”

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On February 28 the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) unveiled the state’s new driver license and ID card, dubbed the “Iconic Credential.” The...

Costa Rica launches “Biometric Bicentennial Passport”

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Costa Rica has redesigned and upgraded its passport to meet the world's highest biometric standards. It started issuing what is being called the “Biometric...

Artificial Intelligence & Political Campaigns (Part 2)

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used in political campaigns to give candidates an edge over the competition. The many advantages of this approach...

New Banknote to Honor Guyana’s 55th Independence Anniversary

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To commemorate Guyana’s 55th Independence Anniversary, the Bank of Guyana began issuing a new 2,000 Dollar banknote on 14 February 2022 The note depicts...

Group Distributing Fake Travel Documents on Dark Web Busted

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An investigation by the French Border Police (Police aux Frontières/Police Judiciaire which forms part of the National Police) and the Spanish National Police (Policía...

Changes to BC’s Driver’s License, ID and Service Cards

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Starting in late January 2022, customers renewing or applying for British Columbia driver's licenses, identification cards (BCIDs), and Services Cards began receiving cards with...