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Submission + - White House drops details of cyber ID on Tax Day (blogspot.com)

BeatTheChip writes: "Dept. of Commerce Scry., Gary Locke plans to release solidified details of the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace [NSTIC] program starting 11 AM on Tax Day. Technologies and new policies will be demonstrated and discussed to attending press. NSTIC, a federal cyber identity program, drew criticisms earlier this year on initial announcement for similarities to a national identity program. It was deemed "Real ID for the Internet" by some privacy and civil liberty organizations. NSTIC is a national online authentication program for public use under the oversight of the Dept. of Homeland Security."
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White House drops details of cyber ID on Tax Day

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