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According to estimates from the World Banks ID4D database, almost one billion people globally lack any form of legally recognized identification. An additional 3.4 billion who have some type of legally recognized identification have limited ability to use it in the digital world. The remaining 3.2 billion have a legally recognized identity and participate in the digital economy but may not be able to use that ID effectively and efficiently online (Exhibit 1). Digital ID holds the promise of enabling economic value creation for each of these three groups by fostering increased inclusion, which provides greater access to goods and services; by increasing formalization, which helps reduce fraud, protects rights, and increases transparency; and by promoting digitization, which drives efficiencies and ease of use.
The 2019 online courses offered through The Walt Disney Company?s CCC Academy in ten countries and regions in Latin America included video modules featuring the full Disney library of characters. These courses allowed participants to access the movies online and in the classroom, including the digital ID and document verification solution. The videos were hosted with YouTube and allowed participants to create reusable licenses that could be used for the movies they watched and the books they read. Multiple video modules could be joined to make one course, and courses could be taken by any number of students at any time. In Mexico, licenses could be produced that included the ID and a link to videos and books. After a successful pilot, The Walt Disney Company launched a new online course at the end of 2019, and enrolled 100,000 people in a single month.