Definitions

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  • n. One's identity on an electronic or digital system such as the Internet.

Etymologies

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e- +‎ identity

Examples

  • In a perfect e-world, where a global and fiable e-identity management system that trusted site could use, your idea would seems less utopic hazel8500 Says:

    My billion dollar idea that will redefine ecommerce. « The Paradigm Shift

  • To be honest, that had occurred to me ... an 'e-identity' as a crab-fat tosspot is probably a good smokescreen.

    Army Rumour Service

  • All these products are offered free for the lifetime of the PC because Comodo, as one of the world´s leading Certification Authorities is committed to enabling a safe and authenticated Internet with true e-identity and e-business authenticity.

    IT & Security Portal» IT-Observer

  • "If we want to create cross-border e-government services, one of the main building blocks is the creation of an e-identity framework like this," said Rodriguez.

    Clipmarks | Live Clips

  • I think for most people they think it is fun to have an alternative e-identity.

    Mormon Stories Podcast Archive

  • The domain will enable the UPU and the postal sector at large to work on delivering new innovative Internet-based international postal services, such as hybrid mail, e-commerce, e-identity, e-communication and e-government, and built on UPU standards. "

    ScreenTalk

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