Plataforma del Ciudadano Digital

English translation: Digital Citizen Platform

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Spanish term or phrase:Plataforma del Ciudadano Digital
English translation:Digital Citizen Platform
Entered by: SOHOH

19:26 Feb 7, 2020
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Slang / Certificados oficiales
Spanish term or phrase: Plataforma del Ciudadano Digital
Es la certificación de un acta de nacimiento. Dice "Certifico que el presente documento es copia fiel de las constancias obrantes en el Registro Civil Digital de la plataforma del ciudadano digital".
Lo traduje así: " I do hereby certify that this is a true and correct copy of the official record on file in the Digital Civil Registry of the digital
citizen´s platform"
Les parece que está bien?
SOHOH
Argentina
Local time: 18:10
Digital Citizen Platform
Explanation:
Or as you've suggested, as well, but I'd say it without the 's.

'...portal' may work, too.

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Note added at 41 mins (2020-02-07 20:07:57 GMT)
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Here's an example from Córdoba, Argentina.

CIUDADANO DIGITAL
To register in the **Digital Citizen platform**, citizens must enter their personal data, password, secret question, secret answer and a valid email address.
Then, to finish the registration process, citizens must follow the steps indicated in the email sent from Digital Citizen to the email address entered; that is why the email account must be valid.
https://ciudadanodigital.cba.gov.ar/en/how-do-i-sign-up/

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Note added at 1 hr (2020-02-07 20:42:31 GMT)
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Correction: s' (as Neil points out) --- rather than 's

Regardless, I prefer "digital citizen platform," which is fine in terms of grammar, as 'digital citizen' (which should be left intact) modifies 'platform,' rendering the possessive unnecessary.

Suerte y saludos desde Vietnam :-)
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Marcelo González
Vietnam
Local time: 04:10
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Digital Citizen Platform


Explanation:
Or as you've suggested, as well, but I'd say it without the 's.

'...portal' may work, too.

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Note added at 41 mins (2020-02-07 20:07:57 GMT)
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Here's an example from Córdoba, Argentina.

CIUDADANO DIGITAL
To register in the **Digital Citizen platform**, citizens must enter their personal data, password, secret question, secret answer and a valid email address.
Then, to finish the registration process, citizens must follow the steps indicated in the email sent from Digital Citizen to the email address entered; that is why the email account must be valid.
https://ciudadanodigital.cba.gov.ar/en/how-do-i-sign-up/

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Note added at 1 hr (2020-02-07 20:42:31 GMT)
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Correction: s' (as Neil points out) --- rather than 's

Regardless, I prefer "digital citizen platform," which is fine in terms of grammar, as 'digital citizen' (which should be left intact) modifies 'platform,' rendering the possessive unnecessary.

Suerte y saludos desde Vietnam :-)

Marcelo González
Vietnam
Local time: 04:10
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 44

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Andy Watkinson
9 hrs
  -> Thanks, Andy!

agree  neilmac: He visto varios ejemplos que prescinden del apostrofe...
13 hrs
  -> Sin duda alguna. Mil gracias, Neil, y saludos
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