Digi.me’s unique personal data technology has allowed Iceland to become the first country in the world to make a digital copy of their health data available to its citizens. The digi.me app is powering this innovative and collaborative living lab project, with the aim of giving users greater insight and control over their health and … Continue reading Digi.me allowing Icelandic citizens to download their own health data in world first
Digi.me has come a long way since 2009 - but how did our personal data journey of discovery begin? It started life, as so many businesses do, as a lightbulb moment during a conversation our founder, Julian Ranger, was having with a board member at his innovation hub iBundle. That colleague had a friend who … Continue reading Evolution of a personal data start-up: the digi.me story
The very concept of online privacy is often described as a myth, and while it's not hard to see why, it's more wrong now than it has ever been. Yes, our personal data is scattered about the web, traded, sold on and held in multiple places that we can neither access nor delete - but … Continue reading How sharing more personal data can lead to greater privacy online
The only thing we need to worry about with personal data is getting seamless access to it - the rest will fall into place. In a recent talk to the Stiftung Datenschutz in Leipzig, our Executive Chairman Julian Ranger revealed how a career as an aeronautical career specialising in the military internet gave him the … Continue reading Why data portability is key to the Internet of Me
Digi.me, the pioneering start-up transforming how consumers and businesses unlock the value of personal data, has closed its Series A round at £5.3m ($7m) with a $1m investment from Omidyar Network, the impact investment firm created by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar. Digi.me is developing a unique Permissioned Access platform built on its patent-pending technology that … Continue reading Omidyar Network investment completes digi.me’s Series A at £5.3M ($7M).