Controversial Digital Identity Rules Poised for Adoption in EU

The European Union legislative bodies are on the brink of enacting a new set of digital identity rules, known as eIDAS 2.0, amid concern from civil society groups. The legislation allegedly aims to modernize existing digital identity and trust service rules, encompassing electronic signatures, time stamps, and website authentication certificates. Mandated Trust in Government CAs A contentious requirement of eIDAS 2.0 is that web browser makers trust government-approved Certificate Authorities
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