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Digital Identity: an emerging legal concept

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Digital Identity: an emerging legal concept
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Publisher: University of Adelaide Press
ISBN-13: 9780980723000
Number of pages: 182

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This is the first full-length study of digital identity in a transactional context, from a legal perspective. Clare Sullivan's analysis reveals the emergence of a distinct, new legal concept of identity. This concept is particularly clear under a national identity scheme such as the United Kingdom and Indian schemes.

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