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Digital by default

Digital by default is one of several initiatives that emerge around the world to deliver services mostly through the Internet. This particular one is about the UK delivering government services, but the USA or Estonia (or any other developed country) … Continue reading

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Trusted Services

EU is promoting trusted services as a way to improve the economy. The reasoning is sound: there is too much of a friction in digital economy if there is no trust. So, if we inject some trust then the economy … Continue reading

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