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It’s time to talk about digital identity

And why we don’t have digital ID cards — yet

Diagram of an ID card connected to different websites and a virus bouncing off it
What if you had a unique identity across all sites you visit? Image by author

MMost people I know don’t have a large online presence. Among the few whose name does mean something to Google, I see an interesting phenomenon: Their online identities tend to be vastly different from their offline ones.

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Ari Joury

Ari Joury

Preparing for a future startup. Also doing a PhD at Sorbonne Université and an MBA at Collège des Ingénieurs.

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