Cards Against Identity is an unofficial expansion to Cards Against Humanity and similar party games. This expansion pack includes a set of all-new question (black) and answer (white) cards focusing on the world of internet identity. If you want to know how to get around pervasive facial recognition, or you got to deal with a security breach, or you just want to blame everything on bearer tokens, this card set is for you. It's full of industry jokes and references that your normal friends probably won't understand.
A number of disturbed and/or distinguished individuals contributed to creating this expansion deck, with special thanks for Eve Maler and Aaron Parecki for supplying artwork, and to Chuck Mortimore for creating (and hosting) this year's digital component. All content is copyright Bespoke Engineering, LLC and is available under the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license.
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|Publish Date||March 31, 2020|
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