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    Default The UK digital identity and attributes trust framework Published 11 February 2021

    Omg, what an absolute monster... from the UK gov website

    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...k#introduction

    they cant wait to get us chipped....

    excerpts from the documents copied as I was reading :

    The trust framework approach is gaining traction globally - Canada, Australia, Sweden and New Zealand are taking this route. We will continue to work with our international partners to make sure our standards are interoperable with those adopted abroad, so in the future you can use your digital identity around the world and UK businesses can trust digital identities created elsewhere.

    Example

    Carmen needs to travel to Ghana for work. She must prove that she’s had a yellow fever vaccination before she can enter the country.

    Carmen will get an International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis (ICVP) that confirms she’s had the vaccination. Whoever gave Carmen the vaccine can add the information from this certificate as attributes to Carmen’s personal data store app (sometimes known as a ‘digital wallet’).

    This attribute can be shared with the Ghana Immigration Service before Carmen arrives in the country. This will mean she has to take fewer documents with her when she travels and will spend less time at the border.

    2.2 Manage digital identity accounts

    You must manage any digital identity accounts users choose to create with your organisation. This means you’ll need a way to suspend, close, recover and make changes to accounts.

    You can close an account if the user:

    has used the account to do something illegal
    has not followed the terms of use they agreed to
    wants to close it
    has died

    5.15 Things you must not do as part of the trust framework (‘prohibited conduct’)

    When doing anything related to the trust framework, you (including any third party using services from the framework) must not do anything that’s illegal in the UK. This could include:

    selling illegal goods, substances or services
    promoting acts of violence or terror
    bribery
    fraud
    conspiracy
    copyright infringement
    breaching data protection legislation
    breaching financial regulations
    breaking the law in any other way
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    Default Re: The UK digital identity and attributes trust framework Published 11 February 2021

    Holy cr@p... it gives you until 11 march to comment on it, I'll make sure I do that.

    It says that the digital identity will be on your 'device', but I don't have a 'device'. My generation is less likely to have one, so that's ageist.

    They'll probably chip or barcode us - Revelation 13...

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    Default Re: The UK digital identity and attributes trust framework Published 11 February 2021

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I think this will end up being compulsory, or at the very least unavoidable if you wish to conduct normal day to day business. Note the mention of vaccine status.

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    Default Re: The UK digital identity and attributes trust framework Published 11 February 2021

    Extract:

    Cinemas to introduce ‘digital ID cards’ to prevent children watching sex scenes
    The technology will help cinemas fulfil their legal obligations to bar children from adult films and is less intrusive than paper documents
    By Charles Hymas,

    Britain’s cinemas are to introduce digital ID “cards” for children as proof of age to prevent them seeing sex and violence in adult films....

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/202...n-watching-sex




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    Default Re: The UK digital identity and attributes trust framework Published 11 February 2021

    You are seeing psych conditioning.



    Supermarkets are starting a trial in Brazil, but we get to hear about it as part of their psych conditioning; if they get it wrong large numbers of people will boycott state sanctioned supermarkets, ruin them and mess up the plan.

    Quote from The Daily Expose
    Quote The program has already gone live in five St Marche grocery stores in Sao Paulo, Brazil, with more trials also planned for Asia and the Middle East. Mastercard says it plans to roll it out globally later this year.

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    Default Re: The UK digital identity and attributes trust framework Published 11 February 2021

    Ack, dam the supermarkets. It was only a matter of time. There are already queues for the cash tills. This won't work unless we're desperate.

    Quiz: What's going to happen between now and next year?
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    I've just had an interesting conversation with a staff member at Tesco who has confirmed that Tesco will be implementing biometric payments (face & palms) by early next year.

    They will no longer be accepting cash or cards.

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    Default Re: The UK digital identity and attributes trust framework Published 11 February 2021

    For your information but probably not telling anyone anything they didn't know or expect already. "Deputy Director, Delivery Lead Covid Pass - apply before 11:55pm on Wednesday 15th June 2022 - Department of Health & Social Care (£71,000 Reference number 213449)"


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    , because he actually demands answers.

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    why we are still advertising for this position please?
    Covid passes are history, so we thought?
    The public deserves to know how & what their money is being spent on.
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