The problem is, though, that for too many of us, the “Internet of Me” has become a thinly…
Michael Clarke

Thanks for your comment, Michael. I completely agree with your assessment that the current situation has our data scattered, making it thin and difficult to get our hands on. The central idea behind Internet of Me is to change that and bring about a shift in control so that we all hold our own data and decide who can use it and for what. It is happening — through innovation, legislation and growing awareness (among other things). I hope we’ll look back on the age of data ‘diaspora’ as a kind of pre-enlightenment era one day.

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