Focus on two things. A federated citizen's ID. and one basic service to be offered to ALL citizens - a public wifi
To be clear. Let me just point to these one comment by Alan Bell (https://youtu.be/Y6R0xS9mceM?t=680).
And one project that is most developed in the UK (https://kpsn.net/projects/). (KPSN wi fi services) where they talk about delivering ä public wifi service.
Why the contribution is important
The problem we do have is when it comes to a citizen's ID is that it normally comes down to an individual identity provider - a particular department of geovernment - always wanting to concern themselves with the services that they want on line. They don't think as a private citizen and then attempt to define a service that may protect all citizens. So the takman does his list of services and health does the same, and education,, ad infinitum.
The real qusetion is how a government might build trust by offering a service that makes a citizen's life safer and easier. And they need to see a use for the first service so that an ID might become the mainstay of a citizen's account. This is more a marketing exercise than a technical challenge.
How does one seduce a citizen? (with a service).
by simonfj on March 11, 2021 at 12:31PM