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== Overview (General) ==
 
== Overview (General) ==
   
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"A digital identity is always unique in the context of a [[digital service]], but does not necessarily need to be [[traceable]] back to a specific real-life subject. In other words, [[access]]ing a [[digital service]] may not mean that the underlying subject's real-life representation is known. [[Identity proofing]] establishes that a subject is actually who they claim to be."<ref>''Id''</ref>
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"A digital identity is always unique in the context of a [[digital service]], but does not necessarily need to be [[traceable]] back to a specific [[real-life]] subject. In other words, [[access]]ing a [[digital service]] may not mean that the underlying subject's [[real-life]] representation is known. [[Identity proofing]] establishes that a subject is actually who they claim to be."<ref>''Id''</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

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