The government of the Philippines plans to debut its national identity system in 2018, eventually serving some 105 million citizens within its first two years of availability. The Republic of the Philippines will spend some 2 billion Philippine pesos for the program’s roll-out next year, pending approval from congress.......
Senior advocacy organization AARP has partnered with OWI Trailblazer award recipient ID.me to create single sign-on capabilities for government, banking and retail, making it...Read More
New York City’s IDNYC program has netted a key victory for privacy, after a judge in Staten Island ruled that the city can destroy...Read More
The U.S. Department of Justice this week changed course under the new Trump administration, backing away from its opposition to a law in Texas...Read More
Millennials in developed nations and citizens of third-world countries may be worlds apart, both literally and figuratively, but both underbanked groups could share a...Read More