Global identification: the Cloud Passport

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Abstract

It is essential for a country to be able to validate travellers efficiently when entering and leaving the country. In this research, the idea of Cloud Passport, which uses the latest technologies to replace physical passports, was studied. A survey was conducted in February 2017 at Australian adult Facebook users asking social attitudes to cloud passports. Results showed a 70% acceptance level. Some 75% of respondents thought such passports would be available worldwide in the next 10 to 20 years. A textual analysis of feedback from the survey discovered certain drivers and barriers to cloud passport implementation. The observations from the surveys formed a view of the social opinions of selected Australians, which may help for a successful roll-out of cloud passports in Australia in the future.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationProccedings of the 33rd International Business Information Management Conference (IBIMA)
EditorsKhalid S. Soliman
Place of PublicationGranada, Spain
PublisherInternational Business Information Management Association, IBIMA
Pages138-153
Number of pages16
ISBN (Electronic)9780999855126
Publication statusPublished - 20 Jul 2019
Event33rd International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2019 - Granada, Spain
Duration: 10 Apr 201911 Apr 2019

Conference

Conference33rd International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2019
CountrySpain
CityGranada
Period10/04/1911/04/19

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Keywords

  • Cloud Passports
  • Australian Border Control
  • Facebook survey
  • Social opinions

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Lam, Y-T. T., & Busch, P. (2019). Global identification: the Cloud Passport. In K. S. Soliman (Ed.), Proccedings of the 33rd International Business Information Management Conference (IBIMA) (pp. 138-153). Granada, Spain: International Business Information Management Association, IBIMA.
Lam, Yuk-Tung 'Tonnie' ; Busch, Peter. / Global identification : the Cloud Passport. Proccedings of the 33rd International Business Information Management Conference (IBIMA). editor / Khalid S. Soliman. Granada, Spain : International Business Information Management Association, IBIMA, 2019. pp. 138-153
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Lam, Y-TT & Busch, P 2019, Global identification: the Cloud Passport. in KS Soliman (ed.), Proccedings of the 33rd International Business Information Management Conference (IBIMA). International Business Information Management Association, IBIMA, Granada, Spain, pp. 138-153, 33rd International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2019, Granada, Spain, 10/04/19.

Global identification : the Cloud Passport. / Lam, Yuk-Tung 'Tonnie'; Busch, Peter.

Proccedings of the 33rd International Business Information Management Conference (IBIMA). ed. / Khalid S. Soliman. Granada, Spain : International Business Information Management Association, IBIMA, 2019. p. 138-153.

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