May 26, 2023, 4:02 a.m. | Bianca Gonzalez

Biometric Update

A new multinational study of African countries claims that digital IDs could save people millions and even hundreds of millions every year if applied to personal finance. South African residents could save $620 million, claims a new report.

The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change studied three African nations -- Côte d'Ivoire, Rwanda and South Africa -- to determine how certain marginalized groups would be impacted if they had digital IDs.

The study focuses on four marginalized subpopulations: the elderly, …

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