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WEF is working with Canada in its ambitious projects to digitize the globe

Neil Parmenter, president and CEO of the Canadian Bankers Association (CBA) made remarks that, paper licenses and plastic cards are old technology and should be replaced with a brand new biometric digital ID system.

According to the white paper, among attributes to be amalgamated within a Canadian digital ID are a person’s driving license, healthcare identity, financial tools, and biometric data such as fingerprints and facial ID.

Canada sells the national digital ID idea by saying things like, “A federated digital ID system developed in collaboration with Canada’s best and brightest talent from the country’s banks, telecommunications companies, law enforcement and government would have the power to store every Canadian’s electronic identity and attributes.”

They go further to demand cooperation from key institutions like banks saying, “Canada’s strong financial institutions must play a key role. The World Economic Forum stated in its report financial institutions should champion efforts to build digital ID systems and lead the creation and implementation of identity platforms,”

According to the Canadian government, among attributes to be integrated within a Canadian digital ID are a person’s driving license, healthcare identity, financial tools, and biometric data such as fingerprints and facial ID.

Potentially, additional personal data such as a person’s sexuality, credit score, criminal record, gun license status, and vaccine status could be included in a digital ID. Canada and the CBA is formulating its digital ID revolution under the auspices of the WEF and its ambitious projects to digitize the globe.

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