UK government publishes draft rules on use of digital identities

11/02/2021 | UK Government

The government has published its draft rules for governing the use of digital identities. The "trust framework" contains standards and requirements for organisations that provide and use digital identity services. This includes mandates for data management policies to explain how they use, protect and delete data, as well as inform users whenever any changes have been made to their digital identity. The UK government is accepting comments on the draft rules until 11th March.

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