Why the NHS’s plans for data-driven healthcare don’t go far enough

The UK's health minister has recently launched a new voluntary ‘code of conduct’ for tech companies working with the NHS. The aim is to help the NHS get better value for money, but also ensure that patient data is safeguarded and used responsibly, which is obviously laudable and fully supported by digi.me But it doesn't … Continue reading Why the NHS’s plans for data-driven healthcare don’t go far enough

Digi.me’s four minutes on CNN explaining our personal data privacy solution

Our US CEO Shane Green has been interviewed on CNN International's Quest Means Business about how digi.me empowers people with their personal data. Our new app ecosystem for developers was also discussed, as part of a four-minute segment explaining how our groundbreaking tech works, and the benefits it brings. Some key quotes below - but … Continue reading Digi.me’s four minutes on CNN explaining our personal data privacy solution

See digi.me’s Julian Ranger at the Big Tent Ideas Festival on Saturday

The Big Tent Ideas Festival, which aims to open up discussion and ask the big questions around social, technological and economic renewal, is back for a second year - and our founder and Executive Chairman Julian Ranger will be speaking. Taking place at the Babraham Research Centre just outside Cambridge on Saturday, September 8, the … Continue reading See digi.me’s Julian Ranger at the Big Tent Ideas Festival on Saturday

Introducing digi.me’s new apps – putting you in charge of your personal data

With the recent launch of our digi.me app store, we wanted to tell you a little bit more about the inital wave of third party apps on there. As you'd expect with anything built on the digi.me platform, all have been created with unprecedented levels of privacy for consumers concerned about how their data is … Continue reading Introducing digi.me’s new apps – putting you in charge of your personal data

Building a world around collecting and sharing personal data easily, securely and privately

Ease has become one of the biggest experiences consumers seek as tech moves to simplify more and more of our lives. But tech can also simplify other tech. Take personal data, for example. More and more companies are offering ways for consumers to download their data, either because they need to comply with the EU … Continue reading Building a world around collecting and sharing personal data easily, securely and privately

Iceland gets sweeping new personal data control laws

Iceland has become the latest country to give its citizens more rights over their personal data. A new privacy act, based on Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), came into force last week. It gives Icelanders significant new powers over their personal data, including the right to know who is using their information, how it … Continue reading Iceland gets sweeping new personal data control laws