Remembering countless online account credentials and secure passwords is a feat that no normal human being can accomplish without some amount of pain. Setting up secure password managers and two-step verification tools is a good start to improving security and making all those logins more manageable, but it's still a problematic system.With that in mind, the US government is considering an internet identity plan that would give you a single and more secure online identity (when you wanted to use it). Tech site Ars Technica breaks down how the internet identity plan might work. Sound like something you'd like? Share in the comments. [Ars Technica]
US Rolls Out Plan For Internet Identity
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