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“The Utah Driver License Division (DLD) has launched a mobile driver license (mDL) pilot for offering driver’s licenses and ID cards on mobile phones. The pilot will demonstrate improvement in citizen privacy and security, while highlighting the convenience and safety of tap and go transactions. It will use a fully ISO 18013-5-compliant mobile app, following the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) mDL Implementation Guidelines.”

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(Bismarck, ND) — North Dakotans may get a new option for their licenses. A bill is headed through the legislature that would give residents the choice to bring up their driver’s license information on their phones. The House bill proposes the creation of an electronic proof of licensing system through the North Dakota Department of Transportation. The program would be optional with a five-dollar charge to opt in.

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Restaurants that have reopened have had to navigate this socially distanced new world, juggling employee and customer safety, adhering to shifting government regulations, and maintaining the public’s confidence. As part of their pandemic strategy, many restaurateurs have invested in contactless solutions such as digital menu boards or mobile menus accessed via QR codes, to cut down on physical exchanges where germs could potentially be spread. Customers and restaurants are opting for contactless payment – tap cards, phone payments, and QR code-driven billing.

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PRINCETON JUNCTION, N.J., February 3, 2021 – The Secure Technology Alliance announced today that it saw record attendance throughout its mobile driver’s license and ecosystem webinar series. This achievement highlights strong momentum in 2020 in its mDL initiative to raise awareness, support development, accelerate adoption and educate the U.S. market on the technology and applications for state-issued mDLs.

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