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This study addresses questions such as:
-- What is Digital ID, and what efforts are underway towards implementing interoperable Digital ID systems?
-- What can be achieved by Digital ID interoperability, and at what likely cost to consumers and others?
-- What paths to Digital ID interoperability are most likely to succeed?
Assuming market actors continue on their current trajectory, one or a few interoperable Digital ID systems are likely to emerge through open standards processes and technological licensing; this has the potential to spur significant innovation if privacy and security concerns are adequately addressed.
Available for download at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1070061 a>
|type||case study (English)|
identity, digital ID, identification systems, interoperability, innovation
|date of appearance||2007|
|series title||Berkman Center Research Publication Series (2007-11)|
|citation||Palfrey, J., & Gasser, U. (2007). Case Study: Digital Identity Interoperability and eInnovation. Berkman Center Research Publication Series.|