Identity 2.0 presentation. Fascinating style - useful content indeed. We need to address both sides of the coin: 1. the tool, 2. the process how this is attached - when we talk about coming federated
strong id for banking, many public and private sector services. If these will become easy and cheap enough - they can also bring security and convenience to places where simpler ID would be sufficient.
It is all about getting the personal critical mass of usage in place. By serving that, the rest will follow - as we have seen in the Nordics - where frequently used Bank ID can be used in other sectors as well. This is saving both taxpayer's and enterprise
money - and above all speeds up migration to e-services - natural when the tools are familiar. Who could be against this? Who could not be for it?