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Case Study 1: Citizen Identification Proof

In this video, you will be introduced to the first case study.

In this video, you will be introduced to the first case study. In the next step, you will get a chance to answer some activity questions related to the case study.

Once you have watched the video, recap the introduction to the case study below:

  • Indonesia has 172 million citizens located across 70,000 islands.
  • Historically, ID cards were unlimited paper documents which eventually became a lamented card. From 1977, these contained a photograph and a thumbprint.
  • This was used for citizen identification proof and was easily forged.
  • Other documents, such as passports, used the ID card as part of the document issuance process and were not often trusted.

Now that you have an idea of what the case study is about, move on to the next step to answer some questions.

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