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"The company’s moderation team is notorious for its heavy-handed approach to topics like nudity, even as it also gets slated by governments worldwide for not removing and reporting content glorifying terrorism rapidly enough."
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Very interesting!
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Picture gallery: digi.me at the UN, taking our vision for greater and better digital identity for all to the ID2020 event in New York.
Our founder Julian Ranger and EVP for America Jim Pasquale are at the UN's ID2020 event in New York. Already tagged · Already tagged · Already tagged · Already tagged · Already tagged · Already tagged. English (US); Español · Français (France) · 中文(简体) · العربية · Português (Brasil) ...
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Using data about popular programmes to try and replicate the success with others? Great, but amazing it's taken so long to figure out!
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Trust is key to living life online – but the actions of some threaten the peace and security of the rest of us. In the same week a survey of US web users found that almost half of households had a user who had been deterred from shopping or banking…
Trust is key to living life online – but the actions of some threaten the peace and security of the rest of us. In the same week a survey of US web users found that almost half of households …
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So true and the bedrock of our vision: "What’s striking about the shared economy is not the technology that has made it possible, but the vast changes it has triggered in society. It has brought a renewed sense of community, engendered more collaboration, sparked new thinking and put a premium on trust, tapping into a need that transcends boundaries and is still rife with opportunity."
As we get into cars with complete strangers, sleep in the beds of people we’ve never met and lend money to others on the other side of the world, a powerful..
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Great sense being talked - but the fact remains social networks are increasingly how we all get our news - and, unlike mainstream papers and news sites that normally have a noted right or left slant, we're not expecting bias here
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Blimey - French authorities have warned parents in France they could face fines of up to €45,000 (£35,000) and a year in prison for publishing intimate photos of their children on social media without permission, as part of the country’s strict privacy laws.
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It's your personal data, it should be your choice who has it or uses it "The truth is, Google doesn't want you to delete this information. You may or may not want to, but don't worry if you do. You won't break the internet or your Google account if you hit the delete button."
When you use Google, you are making a deal. You get to use services like Gmail, Drive, search, YouTube, and Google Maps for free. In exchange, you agree to share information about yourself that Google can share with advertisers so their ads are more effective. For instance, airlines want to target people who love to travel. Children's clothing makers want to target parents.
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Exactly what digi.me will be doing very soon - you will have your data, to use as YOU choose: "Control of patients’ data should be returned to the patient. We should welcome the interest of private companies in delivering solutions, but we should not suppress the interest of patients in data that originated through their treatments."
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Catch our excellent, knowledgeable and in demand chairman Julian Ranger talking digi.me and the importance of digital memories as part of BBC Radio 4's FutureProofing series at 8pm tonight!
Series examining the big ideas that are set to transform the way society functions
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The issue is around lack of explicit consent for the collection of your biometric data.
A federal judge rejected Facebook's request to toss a lawsuit alleging its use of facial recognition technology invades users' privacy.
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digi.me is a groundbreaking platform that unlocks the power of personal data by bringing information about each of us that is fragmented across the web together in one complete picture, enabling its full potential to be unleashed.
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Digi.me’s groundbreaking platform gathers life data about each of us that is fragmented across the web together in one secure, local and private library, immediately offering greater insight and control.

We are doing this now with social media, but this year will see us branch out into holding complete health and financial information, which users can then trade with businesses for personalised offers.

With worldwide distribution agreements with the likes of Toshiba and Lenovo and also working with major multi-nationals, this isn’t a dream but a reality that will be fully realised very soon.

We consider ourselves the base layer of the Internet of Me (where you are at the centre of you digital life, owning and controlling your own data) and are pioneering a new way forward for personal data control and sharing that is a true win-win for both users and businesses.

See www.digi.me for more and follow us to be the first to hear about our exciting upcoming projects and news.