Today, Canadians use a service called SecureKey Concierge for eGov, healthcare and some private sector services. It is backed by all the large banks in Canada, so users can access services using the same userid and password they use everyday for online banking. This is supported by a triple-blind privacy model so that government cannot see the user banking details, the bank cannot see the online destination the user is visiting, and SecureKey Concierge service does not know the identity of the user. So, none of the transaction participants has a complete picture of the user journey.

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