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    Issued ID

    An issued ID is, literally, an artefact or credential generated by an institution about an individual – e.g. a national identity card.

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    Self-asserted ID

    Self-asserted ID means an ID that people themselves assert or create – such as when you set up a social media profile.

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    Self sovereignty

    Self-sovereignty is a feature of an ID or identity system, whereby individual users maintain control over when, to whom, and how they assert their identity.

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    Blockchain

    Blockchain is a digital network of records linked together using cryptography.

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    Biometric data

    Biometric data is anything that relates to the measurement of people’s physical features and characteristics. In digital identity terms, this data is used to prove a person’s uniqueness and verify that someone is who they say they are.

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    Interoperable and Interoperability

    Interoperability is the ability for digital identity technologies or systems to communicate with each other or work together.

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    Portable and portability

    Portability refers to the ability for users to obtain, control and transfer their personal data from one service or system to another.

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