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  • Passports could one day be contained in apps
  • Passports could one day be contained in apps
    Wilfred Wong (2014) ©
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Passports could one day be contained in apps

Don’t you just hate it when you’ve gone out for the night and as you approach your destination you notice that you’ve left your ID at home? As smartphones contain increasing amounts of personal information and are rarely out of reach, could they make this issue a thing of the past?

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