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Identity Management Systems: Singular Identities and Multiple Moral Issues
Frontiers in Blockchain
The paper examines some of the competing normative claims surrounding the development of Identity Management (IM) systems in general and Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) systems in particular. It is argued that SSI developments should be assessed against the backdrop of IMs attempting to implement a global identity layer based on aggregated singular identities and reputation scores. It is also argued that this trend defines key ethical issues pertaining to the development of SSI systems. In orderdoi:10.3389/fbloc.2020.00015 fatcat:6evh6imtpfcnvo7nzz3tuuymq4