It’s time to share our full digi.me vision with the world

We've spent many, many hours over the last few years banging a drum globally in person and on paper about the critical importance of personal data privacy in creating a better world. Of how that privacy - and all the benefits it fuels, such as data-driven innovation and personalised healthcare -  can only flow from … Continue reading It’s time to share our full digi.me vision with the world

Pushing on the health data revolution through the Nordic Health Hackathon

We're very proud to be sponsoring something a bit special later this month -  two related hackathons in Finland and Iceland that together form the Nordic Health Hackathon. The two countries are coming together under one umbrella to find innovative uses for health data, in yet another demonstration of the momentum latching on to the … Continue reading Pushing on the health data revolution through the Nordic Health Hackathon

Don’t be fooled by Facebook and privacy: digi.me’s op-ed in the Washington Examiner

Our US CEO Shane Green has been making waves across the pond with a bylined opinion column in the Washington Examiner (plus accompanying video) emphasising why we shouldn't take Mark Zuckerberg's 'privacy pivot' at face value. The Facebook founder's statement has come in for criticism because, while it was big on rhetoric, it posed no … Continue reading Don’t be fooled by Facebook and privacy: digi.me’s op-ed in the Washington Examiner

The good news about personal data sharing – it’s growing

Personal data privacy has been in the news many times over the past few months - and rarely for good reasons. Whether it was the Facebook / Cambridge Analytica scandal, or the numerous large scale data breaches such as Marriott, Equifax and Yahoo, the result is that the public at large cannot help but be … Continue reading The good news about personal data sharing – it’s growing

Digi.me and Apple: the evolution of personal healthcare records on your phone

Health data is some of the most sensitive data that any of us own, which goes to the very core of our being. So it goes without saying that the trust levels needed to allow someone else to access it should necessarily be higher than for other types of data, such as social. And yet … Continue reading Digi.me and Apple: the evolution of personal healthcare records on your phone

Why trust has never been more important for consumers

Another week, another revelation about a company not being strictly honest with consumers about what its products do. This time the culprit was Google, and its home security system Nest. The problem? That the Nest Guard has an inbuilt microphone. A microphone that had never appeared in any product specifications. Google says it's an honest … Continue reading Why trust has never been more important for consumers