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Facebook Shuts Down iOS Version of Data-Sucking VPN After Damning Report
Meet the data guardians taking on the tech giants
Tarik Kurspahic, executive vice president of Digi.me, is a strong believer in ...
Senators push bill to guard Americans' data after Facebook, Equifax scandals
Privacy Advocates Urge FTC Reform, Call for New Legislation
What Brexit means for AI - new e-privacy rules
Legislators, some of them bewildered, may do little on tech issues this year ...
Sundar Pichai's Testimony Exposed Google's 'Achilles Heel,' Experts Say ...
As Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai gets ready for his Beltway moment ...
Save your job and wipe your filthy social media posts with this new app
Consumers Are Coming for Their Data, and Some Companies Are Giving Them Control
Theresa May has a draft proposal outlining the proposed shape of UK’s Brexit.
Having the right data in the right place at the right time is one of the greatest ...
Teams of Australia’s brightest developers turned out for the first digi.spark hackathon in Sydney this weekend as part of the New South Wales Spark Festival. Personal data platform digi.me ...
How much does the consumer know about the user or misuse of your personal data? Today every web visit, geolocation and online purchase can potentially be sold to a company.
UK Digital Consent Managers Digi.me and Consentric offer businesses the tools to restore consumer confidence and a whole lot more. For customers, they are a vital wallet for a digital age.
There are frequent media, TV and radio reports on data-hacks of companies which hold your personal data. These headlines highlight there is a real threat to us as both users and consumers.
Last Tuesday, teams at Facebook were doing routine checks when some unusual activity was discovered on one of the social network’s online features, and alarmingly discovered signs of a hacker attack.
A huge breach opened up a new for Facebook, figures of more than 50 million accounts were apparently taken over by a login worm, which took advantage of a series of unpublished vulnerabilities ...
What does it mean for the today's business to consumer relationship if we changed the statusquo and put individuals in control of their data? How to build richer relationships, built on trust and empowering users.
Does the EU GDPR spell the death of programmatic advertising as we know it?
Digi.me is a company that enables individuals to centralise their data to their device, and give consent for any service that asks to gain access to it. Read how this new approach could help alleviate ...
Julian Ranger interviewed on Article 20 of the EU GDPR requirements for data portability, duty of care and right of access.
How spying by the East German Stasi helped lead to GDPR and solutions like digi.me, including a personal ...
Article on US data and privacy developments, including discussion of digi.me.
Paula Newton interviews Shane Green, CEO (US), about digi.me's new app ecosystem and how we make it possible for people to take control of their data.
Coverage of the Facebook and Twitter US Congressional hearings, including thoughts by Shane Green, CEO (US), on privacy regulation in the United States.
Interview with Shane Green, CEO (US), on the launch of the new digi.me app ecosystem, the "iTunes of personal data."
Leading venture capital publication highlights digi.me, Duck Duck Go, Lavabit and others as "privacy-first" startups empowering people with data.
Following last week's announcement that Facebook is seeking to gain financial data about its users from their banks, Rory Donnelly, CEO of digi.me, examines the privacy issues and possibilities ...
A leading regulator has urged the rapid development of regtech solutions as part of the process for Australia’s embattled financial sector to “restore trust” with the public.
After returning to the UK, Ranger became bored and sought a new challenge. He founded Digi.me, a new company aimed at allowing users to have more control over their personal data.
'Why the UK and Australia are leading the Fintech revolution' By Tess Thomas Head of Investment, UK Department for International Trade
There are a few projects trying to make use of that data — most notably Digi.me, which is building an entire app ecosystem around it — but for the most part, it ends up sitting on users’ hard drives.
Every day we all hand over vast amounts of personal data to big business. Why not make a bit of money yourself from the deal?
Explores the challenges of individuals monetizing data and why approaches like digi.me might be more promising in the near term for users to get value for sharing data with apps.
Interview with Julian Ranger and why he founded digi.me and the entrepreneurial path that lead to the company..
Consumer data management app and Consent based sharing for businesses equals a better way for personal data for all.
Digi.me and ITC Infotech strategic partnership announcement - offering solutions that enable consumers and businesses to engage with personal data in a better way ...
24 hours of fast innovation in the heart of London Tech Week at HackXLR8 — the official hackathon partnered with Digi.Me and Urban-X.
Gadgette are big fans of hacking and are super excited about the coming hackXLR8 at London Tech Week ...
The EU General Data Protection Regulation as discussed by the IAPP recently, and the amount of time this takes for companies ....while privacy remains a key topic.
Interview with Julian Ranger founder of digi.me as company seeks GBP 10m Series B to fund international expansion
I’m watching players such as Digi.me to see how this works out but am mindful that giants such as Facebook are most likely waiting on the sidelines, perhaps for the heat to blow over.
Australian start-up ID Exchange and UK firm digi.me have combined to convert a heritage-listed house in Glenwood into a cutting-edge, 22-desk ‘Innovation Campus’, that will house developers ...
Australian startup ID Exchange and UK-based firm digi.me have partnered to establish a commercial RegTech sandbox facility.
Australian startup ID Exchange has partnered with UK-based data exchange platform digi.me to establish an Innovation Campus at Glenwood in the Norwest region of Sydney.
The ID Exchange Innovation Campus opened this morning within Glenwood Park House in Glenwood, the result of a partnership between Australian start-up ID Exchange and UK-based firm digi.me.
Australia’s fintech and regtech industries have received a major boost, with the country’s first-ever ‘sandbox’ facility opened in Sydney’s northwest.
An innovation campus will be established in Sydney’s Glenwood under a partnership between ID Exchange and digi.me.
A late 19th Century heritage listed house has been converted into a 22 desk ‘commercial regtech sandbox facility’, claimed to be the first of its kind in Australia.
Individuals are waking up to the value of their data … and expecting businesses respect that. Companies such as digi.me are finding ways that are better for businesses and consumers too ...
And datavest and digi.me have partnered on a blockchain-based digital currency, Datanotes. Consumers will aggregate and securely share data in “data funds” that marketers subscribe to.
Facebook data fiasco shows that data privacy and users online security must improve “personal data ecosystem”. It’s time to individuals in control of how and with whom their data is shared...
SocialSafe turned itself into Digi.me, an app where users can store all of their information in one encrypted resource. Rather than just social media data, users can now store financial, fitness and medical data ...
Datavest (datavest.org) and digi.me announced a partnership today at the KNOW Identity Conference to enable individuals to receive a monetary return by investing the data they produce ...
What is a fair value exchange for your personal data? £10, £100, a John Lewis Voucher, a free meal, free WiFi or something else. Ordinary consumers with no real grasp of the “backstage” workings of…
Fintech firms from across Australia have welcomed a new agreement between the Australian and UK Governments, stating that they are keen to use it as a platform to expand overseas and drive best pra…
What are you doing with my HR data? Redesigning HR technology systems
GDPR, which comes into force this May, is both the result of and catalyst for an important shift in consumers’ thinking about personal data.
Fintech ties between Australia and the United Kingdom were strengthened last week when the London Lord Mayor Charles Bowman travelled down under with a fintech business delegation.
The UK-based company Digi.me has signed up SISS Data Services, which supplies bank feeds for Australian banks to QuickBooks Online, Sage One and Sage Handisoft, as well as a variety of fintechs.
A partnership between SISS Data Services (SDS) and UK tech platform digi.me will combine bank-compliant and secure data feeds with a personal data platform.
If you want a simple way to download a backup of the pictures, friends, followers, tags and comments from your Instagram account, a social media backup service like digi.me can be the solution
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