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GET Group North America Launches GET Mobile Verify for iOS and Android Devices

Enables Businesses and Their Customers to Benefit from Secure, Contactless Mobile ID Verification Waltham, Massachusetts, (March 8, 2022) – GET Group North America, an innovative developer of mobile ID technology with over 20 years of experience in secure government credentials, today announced the launch of GET Mobile Verify in the App Store and Google Play […]

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Midtown Community Health Center to Accept Mobile Driver’s Licenses for Pharmacy Purchases at Ogden Location

Waltham, Massachusetts, Salt Lake City, Utah (December 7, 2021) – GET Group North America and The Utah Driver License Division (DLD) jointly announced today that the Midtown Community Health Center of Ogden will now accept mobile driver’s licenses (mDLs) for pharmacy transactions as part of the state’s mDL pilot. Utah is the first state in […]

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Completion of the ISO 18013-5 Standard Marks Big Step for the Future of the Global Mobile Driver’s License Ecosystem

It was recently announced that the ISO/IEC 18013-5 international standard for mobile driver’s licenses (mDLs) and mobile IDs (mIDs) was unanimously approved for publication on August 18, 2021. This exciting news was the result of more than six years of effort through an open collaboration of issuers, technology providers, regional authorities (such as AAMVA, EReg, […]

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Select Utah State Liquor Store Locations to Begin Accepting Mobile Driver’s Licenses to Confirm Legal Age for Alcohol Purchases

Waltham, Massachusetts, Salt Lake City, Utah (November 1, 2021) – GET Group North America and The Utah Driver License Division (DLD) jointly announced today that the Utah Department of Alcohol and Beverage Control (DABC) will begin accepting mobile driver’s licenses (mDLs) as a legal form of ID for purchases at its Saratoga Springs and Farmington […]

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Fighting Identity Fraud with ISO 18013-5-Compliant Mobile ID Technology Requiring Cryptographic Proof

Underage drinking in a serious problem in the United States. There are an estimated 10.8 million underage drinkers and almost 1/3 of all fatal drunk-driving cases involve someone under the age of 21[i]. Having a fake ID has become something of a rite of passage for many teens. A 2019 survey found that nearly 50% of […]

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