Is Data really the world’s most valuable resource, the oil of its day? That’s the scenario being posited as the lead story on the front page of The Economist – and what this titan of financial publishing and thought says, others listen to. Of course, here at digi.me we have long been big believers in … Continue reading Personal data – the fuel of the future?
Explaining the purpose and vision behind giving users back control over their personal data can be one of the trickiest things we have to do. While more and more people are becoming aware of what happens to their data behind their backs, and the personal data economy, including solutions such as ours, continues to grow … Continue reading Understanding the Personal Data Economy
Digi.me, the pioneering start-up revolutionising how consumers and businesses harness the power of personal data, has secured £4.2m ($6.1m) from Series A funding led by global re-insurer Swiss Re. With the new funds digi.me will accelerate the development and launch of its unique permissioned access platform, which will soon let users bring together wide-ranging data … Continue reading digi.me raises £4.2M ($6.1m) in Series A funding round
The second part of the extensive interview with our founder and chairman Julian Ranger has been published, focusing on why the IoT needs an Internet of Me to make it real and fix obvious and glaring privacy and security issues. It's a cracking read, and covers a lot of ground including the war on privacy, … Continue reading You, yes YOU, should be the most important thing in the Internet of Things
The tone of the headline sets the scene for the rest of the determinedly single focus article - evil holiday firms are "tracking your computer, scouring your old bookings..and even checking the births marriages and deaths!" And for what purpose is this "spying" being done? So they can hike the price of your holiday, apparently, … Continue reading Why the Daily Mail is completely wrong on personalised data