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{{Quote|the unique representation of a subject engaged in an [[online]] [[transaction]].<ref>[[NIST Special Publications 800-63-B]], § 2.</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|the unique representation of a subject engaged in an [[online]] [[transaction]].<ref>[[NIST Special Publications 800-63-B]], § 2.</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|an entity's [[online]] presence, encompassing [[personal identifying information]]. It can be interpreted as the [[codification]] of identity names and [[attribute]]s of a physical instance. The use of digital identities is now widespread as the entire collection of [[information]] generated by a person's [[online]] activity.<ref>[[Big Data: Big Today, Normal Tomorrow]], at 1.</ref>}}
 
   
 
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