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Microsoft Passport offers a single sign-in service that lets members use a single name and password to sign in to multiple websites participating in the Passport program. It also features a wallet service offering members speedier and safer online purchases and payments.

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What is Microsoft Passport?
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Passport gives members more control over what information they provide to websites and how that information is used. Online businesses that participate in Passport promote stronger customer relationships through faster purchase and payment procedures, improved targeting and greater privacy. Kids Passport is an optional feature of the single sign-in service, ensuring parental consent before a child’s personal information is disclosed to a website.

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