In the past, the walls of a village, potable and irrigable water, along with cheap and widely available power and communications, were common public goods that enabled societies to advance. Now, reliable identity services will underlie the success of modern societies.
Cities and countries with modern economies will find that ubiquitous, efficient, and easy identity assurance technologies provide them with competitive advantages. Conversely, economies
that lack this fundamental identity management capability will be hindered just as if they lacked a modern physical infrastructure.
This paper from CoreStreet describes a practical approach to ensuring trust and privacy in government and industry
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