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5.5.6 The simplest relationship between a client and an identity registration authority is two-party registration. An example of two-party registration would be where a client registers directly with an e-Government service provider to use a specific service or range of services delivered by the same service provider, but would not be put to any further use. Two-party registration benefits from simplicity of implementation, but may lead to an unnecessary financial burden where a high level of assurance in the client's real-world identity is required. For e-Government services, there is the additional disadvantage that

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