personal data

  • The worth of your professional profile, network and personal data Crunch Network

    The worth of your professional profile, network and personal data

    Tim Berners-Lee created the web in 1989. Twenty-seven years later, he’s asking for a reinvention. The web has made life easier, but it has also introduced challenges and ethical questions pertaining to personal data, access to information and privacy. Berners-Lee laments that the web has morphed into a surveillance network filled with corporate hackers and government spooks with the tools… Read More

  • Digi.me bags $6.1M to put users in the driving seat for sharing personal data

    Digi.me bags $6.1M to put users in the driving seat for sharing personal data

    There is a lot of noise in the privacy space, says serial entrepreneur and Digi.me founder Julian Ranger. And cutting through that noise is one of the big challenges he reckons stands in the way of his current startup. But the concept behind Digi.me is so intriguing that you really have to hope the team manages to make themselves heard. Today the UK startup is announcing a £4.2… Read More

  • Photo Albums Are Stupid. Moju Labs Is Building What Comes Next.

    Photo Albums Are Stupid. Moju Labs Is Building What Comes Next.

    With years of digital exhaust now behind us – over 240 billion photos on Facebook, 8 billion on Flickr, and not to mention the 72 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every month – we’re now transitioning to a time when we’re in need of smarter tools for organizing and accessing our personal data archives. Only a few companies so far have dared to step into this space… Read More