When we centralise information for deduplication we run into challenges. First, what do we centralise. Second, who ‘governs’ that which is centralised.
From the Blog on decentralised identity
If the data to share was not in the organisation, would that help? It might not work. But that is true whenever we try something that we haven’t done before
Reducing our risk and offloading liability is something most of us seek. So do organisations and companies; and they are using consent to do so.
The Data Trust does not solve all problems, but it could solve a small, distinct one which then frees up multiple solutions for the other problems.
What is your name? Country of birth? Citizenship? Date of birth? Address? Please provide proof of address. Married? Single? Partner? Divorced? Any children? If so, what are their names, DOB, place of birth? Anyone else who lives with you? Any disabilities? The list...