Berkman Klein Fellow Titi Akinsanmi discusses how policy for digital ID could develop in 2019 and what she hopes to see globally and on the African continent.
A key tension I continue to encounter is this: there are individuals who, as a personal choice, want to be able to commercialize their digital identity, and at the other spectrum are others who dig deeper into ensuring complete privacy and anonymity.
Then we have more countries and continents where we need to look at local needs - how do security concerns enabled by digital platforms play in the narrative around digital rights and inclusion?
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