Blockchain Can Empower Stateless Refugees (English, any legal system, Law 360)

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For which legal systems does the resource provide instruction? any legal system
On which topics does the resource provide instruction? blockchain, digital identity, statelessness, refugee, self-sovereign identity
For which languages is instruction provided? English
Title of the online resource or material about technology for law and legal systems Blockchain Can Empower Stateless Refugees
Author Amy Schmitz, Jeffrey Aresty
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Date of publication 2018/12/02
Year of publication 2018 CE
URL https://www.law360.com/articles/1095148/blockchain-can-empower-stateless-refugees
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Quotation from the resource By the use of blockchain technology, it is possible to return control over personal information to displaced persons, which can be the first step in developing digital identities for them. An underlying principle for the safe, secure and humanitarian use of technology as it relates to identity now becomes possible: Anyone with this new form of identity can control access to his or her own personal information.
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For a resource online, insert the citation for the quotation here Amy Schmitz and Jeffrey Aresty, "Blockchain Can Empower Stateless Refugees," Law360, December 2, 2018, accessed December 14, 2018, https://www.law360.com/articles/1095148/blockchain-can-empower-stateless-refugees
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Internet Bar Organization +  and Sovrin Foundation +
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blockchain +, digital identity +, statelessness +, refugee +  and self-sovereign identity +
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By the use of blockchain technology, it isBy the use of blockchain technology, it is possible to return control over personal information to displaced persons, which can be the first step in developing digital identities for them. An underlying principle for the safe, secure and humanitarian use of technology as it relates to identity now becomes possible: Anyone with this new form of identity can control access to his or her own personal information.ss to his or her own personal information. +
Amy Schmitz and Jeffrey Aresty, "Blockchain Can Empower Stateless Refugees," Law360, December 2, 2018, accessed December 14, 2018, https://www.law360.com/articles/1095148/blockchain-can-empower-stateless-refugees +