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This article presents an historical account of the governing principles of e-government in Denmark from 1994 to the present day. Our theoretical point of departure has been five policy analytical themes, and the study is based on empirical data retrieved from elite interviews and official...
The introduction and use of new ICT-enabled means of managing citizen identity information in public service environments may lead to fundamental changes of the informational foundations of citizen – government relationships. This raises important theoretical and empirical questions about the...
There are many drivers for strengthening identity management (IdM) in the digital environment. They include: countering identity fraud, identity theft or identity takeover, border control and traveler identification; individual convenience; or better customer service for individuals. A range of...
Identity underpins and shapes privacy. This paper explores some of the points of intersection and issues that emerge in the identity-privacy nexus. Personal identity is at the heart of what it means to be human, and that identity is contextual and shifts subtlely over time. At an applied level,...
At the end of 2009, the Electronic Child Record (ECR) must replace all paper records in Dutch youth healthcare, i.e. digital dossiers containing health and psycho-social data on children aged 0–19. At the same time, society demands a more effective youth-care system, due to several family...
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