Australians will soon be able to access digital government services online, including with the Australian Taxation Office, after proving their identity using face verification from biometric authentication company iProov.
The majority of Australians now have a preference for digital engagement with government, and for that engagement to be tailored to them, according to a new report which also found that almost nine in every 10 Australians looked for government services online in 2020 and that Australians aged 15-and-over transacted with government on average more than once a week.
The majority of Australian citizens are willing to share personal information with government agencies in exchange for better service, according to a global study.
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