They commissioned primary research with citizens to:

  1. Explore participants attitudes towards government-held data being shared for digital identity verification purposes.
  2. Develop a nuanced understanding of how participants perceptions of, and expectations for, data sharing change depending on the level of data sharing – where the minimum level would be a ‘yes’/‘no’ check.
  3. Explore the level of transparency citizens want in relation to data sharing for digital identity.
  4. Understand the attitudes of distinct groups who are likely to feel differently about data sharing, in particular, those who are disabled, digitally excluded, on lower incomes and/or from ethnic minority backgrounds.

Quelle / Link: Public perceptions of digital identities and attributes: transparency, trust and data