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  • Matthew Evetts

To maintain our freedom, we must own our identity

"Our ability to interact with society is predicated on a blending of the physical and digital worlds and this trend is accelerating every day. One only has to look at the personal carnage that is created when someone falls victim to a well-orchestrated identity theft to know this is true. We cannot bank, we cannot buy, we cannot communicate with our friends and family; even the legitimacy of the things we own (including property) can be called into question."

Read my article below for a wider discussion on why identity, and our individual control of identity, is important right now and becoming more urgent, even to our freedom.

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