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Article 6 of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights stipulates that "Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law." The Sustainable Development Goals (2015-2030) include target 16.9 which aims to "provide legal identity to all, including birth registration, by 2030."
“Everyone shall have the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law.”
- Article 6 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Our solution is personal, private and portable, empowering individuals to access and share appropriate information when convenient and without the worry of using or losing paper documentation. To solve problems faced by people who lack official identities face, Accenture leverages its Unique Identity Service Platform to deploy a breakthrough biometrics system that can manage fingerprints, iris scans and other data.
(From Video 2 Transcripts)
Who are you?
This is a question that often comes up in our daily lives. Whether we are boarding a plane, checking our bank balance or paying a utility bill, we regularly have to prove we are who we say we are. However more than 1 billion people across the globe cannot prove who they are with any certainty. Many of those have never had a form of verifiable ID to begin with. And more than 15 million were victims of identity theft last year alone.
With this in mind we have developed a unique digital identity prototype to modernize identity management for organizations and individuals. Leveraging the power of blockchain and biometrics, the system makes establishing, tracking and maintaining digital identities more efficient, user friendly, secure and less open to fraud.
5. Reinvention of Authority:
Dependence on experts and strong government recommendation—plus executive powers to start resolving the pandemic backed by citizen compliance—lends real weight to central authority, which in many markets has been eroded recently in popular culture. If governments get their handling of the crisis broadly right, expect top-down control to be back in fashion; if not, the reverse.
A reinvention of authority is likely after the effect of travel limitations, self-isolation and lockdown officially mandated by many governments. Greater acceptance for the role of government and companies in society, and the importance of collective behavior, may occur.
originally posted by: PhyllidaDavenport
Yup its some pretty scary stuff
Look at their About Us page. What on earth is a Corporate Citizen then? Not a citizen of a nation or country but of a Corporation???? Dystopian level authoritarianism at its finest tangled up with the fine print
a reply to: Observationalist