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Citizen-centred Data Sharing : National Identifiers

Rooney, Laura (2018) Citizen-centred Data Sharing : National Identifiers. Digital Health & Care Institute, Glasgow.

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Welcome back to the citizen-centered data sharing blog! One of the prime examples within the past few decades of citizen-centred data sharing has been the provision of people’s data to own, share and store through electronic ID systems. This has been implemented in several European regions already and has been hugely successful. This was achieved by aligning all of a person’s data to their national identification number or a national identifier.