Research,News & Views
A discussion with leaders in the digital identity space about the past and future of cryptography.
How Canada’s digital identity might inform projects around the world.
The arguments against immunity passports from technical, legal, and public health perspectives.
A report seeking to open a debate on liability in digital identity.
A look at the innovations in biometrics and digital identity that have been spurred on by the pandemic.
A look at how the digital identity landscape has changed since 2016, and what GSMA has accomplished in that time.
How contact tracing can be implemented without threatening people’s privacy and civil liberties.
The implications on people’s rights from technological responses to COVID-19.
How immunity certificates, if used, must protect privacy and civil liberties.
The DP-3T Project team review the privacy and security implications of digital proximity tracing in public health emergencies like the COVID-19 pandemic.