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Myth vs Reality (in Data Privacy)

Any user of online services is left with the uncomfortable reality of not knowing who controls their personal information, and the use it has been given. As handily mentioned by Chris Skinner, these days we find “discussions around data ownership and privacy, in discussions about almost anything really. When will I own my data? When will I have my own identity? How can I take control of me away from banks, corporations and governments and give it to me?” (Chris Skinner’s Blog, April 2019)

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Identifying One Billion Ghosts

It may surprise you that only half of the world’s population currently have access to the internet. That’s 3.5 billion people who are completely disconnected from the web and all of the opportunities it affords.

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Mati Press Release: Global ID Verification in 10 Minutes!

With offices in San Francisco and Mexico City, Mati has launched into the Online ID verification space with the release of its Global ID product. Funded by present and past employees of Google, Uber and Twitch, Mati’s advanced technology improves the industry with an approximate 10 minute integration process and a smoother user experience.

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4 Companies that Have Changed the Way We Use the Internet

Every so often, a new tech company rises up and changes the future of the internet—and today, we’re going to take a closer look at four of them. By dreaming up unique new ideas that no other business can match, these companies truly stand apart from the competition. Read on to learn more about the indispensable services that these four tech pioneers offer web users around the world, and how they changed the internet forever. 1.      Medium Changed the Game for Writers   Since 2012, Medium has been redefining the way writers share articles on the internet. With over 7.5 million posts in 2016 alone, as well as 60 million monthly readers, Medium has given a voice to writers around the world who didn’t previously have a reliable place to share their work.   Medium’s undeniable magnetism has managed to draw all types of writers, from seasoned novelists to first-time bloggers. Before the site’s inception, it was unheard of for career writers and amateurs to post in the same space. But for the first time ever, Medium gives the “little guy” a chance to swim with big fish like The New York Times, or Senator John Kerry. Talented writers also

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