The Open Privacy Research Society (Open Privacy for short) is a non-profit Canadian group based in Vancouver, British Columbia. We believe that moral systems enable consent. Our society exists to invent, create, build, test, publish, deploy, promote, and to encourage the development of such systems.

This report was authored by Research Director, Erinn Atwater, with additional input from Sarah Jamie Lewis. Illustrations by Marcia Díaz Agudelo.

This case study was produced in association with Privacy International and their "Building Civil Society’s ability to engage on identity" project.

The goal of the "Building Civil Society’s ability to engage on identity" project is to shape the discourse of digital identity whereby the interests and the needs of the individual are at the core of the design and management of any digital identity systems. Digital identity should be a tool for empowerment which enables individuals to control their data, to self-identify, and to enjoy their undamental rights with dignity and autonomy"

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