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A.2.83 A real-world identity is a set of attributes (eg name, date of birth, national insurance number), which uniquely discriminates between clients. An entity can possess only one real-world identity (eg a person or an organisation). However, a single real-world identity may be used in conjunction with different roles and/or support several electronic identities. Depending on the transaction, a client may be required to reveal their real-world identity or may be permitted to use a pseudonym or remain anonymous.

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