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Digital identity – beyond verification to a transparent (Decentralized) system for data and identity monitoring and control

Chapter in book
Authors Claire Ingram Bogusz
Published in Digital Transformation and Public Services. Societal Impacts in Sweden and Beyond. Anthony Larsson, Robin Teigland (red.)
Pages 214-232
ISBN 9781000690644
Publisher Taylor and Francis
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Applied Information Technology (GU)
Pages 214-232
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780429319297-13
Subject categories Information technology

Abstract

Digital trace data have come to be collected, aggregated, and used by a large number of organizations, both private and state. However, recent events like the Cambridge Analytica scandal and public scandals around data being used to influence elections in the United States, India, and elsewhere have meant that individuals have become increasingly sensitive to how their data are collected and managed. As a result, new data management systems – and with them identity management systems – have emerged. This exploratory and conceptual chapter explores the different models that have emerged, assesses their strengths and weaknesses, and compares them to existing identity and data use systems. In particular, it highlights implementation risks and opportunities associated with more sophisticated data management systems, while outlining some possible concerns around centralization of data commoditization and control. © 2020 selection and editorial matter, Anthony Larsson and Robin Teigland.

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