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The French order is the first significant action to be taken against a company transferring Europeans’ data to the US following an EU court ruling last year that struck down an agreement that had been relied on by thousands of companies, including Facebook, to avoid cumbersome EU data transfer rules.
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Is YOUR fitness tracker spying on you? Top wearables are leaking data
Whether you realize it or not, your fitness tracker could be leaking your personal data to anyone who knows how to access it, according to a study from Open Effect and the University of Toronto.
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Goodbye, Safe Harbor. Hello, Privacy Shield
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Internet of Me: The Snowden revelations severely and permanently damaged America's moral authority and trust over personal data use, but the UK is poised to reap the benefits.
While Silicon Valley might still be tech’s Mount Olympus, there is a vast, multibillion-dollar frontier ahead of us into…
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Facebook turns 12 today – which means for most of us there really was a life before it, however it feels sometimes – and it is celebrating users’ friendships to mark the event. For what the site has dubbed Friends Day, each will see a custom video that…
Facebook turns 12 today - which means for most of us there really was a life before it, however it feels sometimes - and it is celebrating users' friendships to mark the event. For what the site ha...
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Great must-read interview with our advisor Doc Searls on the profound changes taking place in the personal data economy and the real value of our information to us as human beings.
Technological innovation tends to be disruptive by nature. It renders the old way obsolete by way of improvement. It cha…
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As the internet subsumes the concepts of distance and time, using our personal agency to create control over our own world becomes ever more important. Doc Searls, internet visionary and digi.me advisor, identifies the lack of distance online that we are…
As the internet subsumes the concepts of distance and time, using our personal agency to create control over our own world becomes ever more important. Doc Searls, internet visionary and digi.me ad...
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"The handbook provides valuable insights into some of the details of GCHQ's data mining work, at least as it was in September 2011, when the document was written."
As far as metadata is concerned, handbook admits: "we pull everything we see."
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Can we tell you a story using a pack of cards? Here's what we're up to at digi.me
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Great interactive that shows how your digital footprint can quickly extend far and wide and be used in multiple ways - and what you can expect on each continent in terms of redress or action http://buff.ly/1Q9XVZp
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Facebook Fires Back In EU Privacy Dispute
Facebook continues to breach personal data privacy rights in Europe, alleges a group of NGOs, and it demands that Facebook's EU-US data transfers stop.
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A report out last week from the Open Technology Institute points out that ISPs often have a gold mine of information about their users’ Internet traffic and increasingly, they are not shy about using it.
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Digi.me is a desktop app enabling users to download, keep and do more with a complete record of their social media interactions.
Introduction
Digi.me is an award winning social media organiser that allows users to download their content from a variety of social networks, to their own personal data store where it is aggregated it together in one personal library that is owned and controlled by the user. From there, you can view and access your data in full calendar or journal mode, search across all your data, create collections, export PDFs and raw data, ultimately enabling you to do lots more with your data.

People are putting more and more of their data online. On the individual networks this data can be fragmented, hard to reuse, and subject to loss. Keeping track of when, where, or to whom you said something on a social network is very difficult - and that's when you know where to look, but when there are different methods of communicating even within the confines of one network (on Facebook alone there are messages, wall posts, comments etc), finding a particular item or piece of information can be like looking for a needle in a haystack.

Digi.me gives you the ability to aggregate the content from your social network profiles into one place you own and control, meaning that whenever you need to find something - no matter when or where you said it - you can be confident that it's in your digi.me library, just waiting to be found.

Digi.me is the perfect tool for businesses and organisations that have compliance responsibilities with regards to the conversations they may have with customers on their social channels, and just as useful for individuals wanting to keep all of their social interactions safe in one place, and do more with that content.