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US to start testing universal internet IDs to combat fraud

06
May
2014

In 2011, the government started concocting a plan to issue Americans one online ID they can use across multiple agencies websites — sort of like an OpenID for the government. Now, that plans wheels are turning, and pilot testings slated to begin this May in Pennsylvania and Michigan. The initiative, called National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC), was originally devised as a means to prevent fraud and make it easier to verify identities quickly.

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