Estonia, home of the international e-residency, is the current head of the D5 “group of the world’s most digitally advanced nations” and is hosting this year’s conference right now in the capital Tallinn. The dream across the world, but maybe particularly in the D5 – which also includes the UK, South Korea, New Zealand and Israel – is that eventually all citizens will prefer using digital services to paper ones. Not least because online services should in theory cut the time and cost of delivery. Widely considered the leading digital democracy because it was the first country in the world to hold online elections, every Estonian aged over…

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