December 20, 2019

Co-managed data techologies and practicalities (part 1)

I’ve had lots of good feedback and iteration on my first post on co-managed data; thanks for that. I’ll mix that into this post, and also […]
August 5, 2019

The Fox is Guarding The Personal Data Hen House (and he has weapons)

This week I watched the excellent documentary The Great Hack. A horrifying story, very well told; congratulations to all those involved in making that and bringing […]
February 8, 2019

When will Privacy regulators tackle data access and data portability?

Just looking at the German Competition Authorities decision around Facebook and their interpretation of the use of Consent. That will have a big impact. Whilst I’m […]
July 31, 2010

A Classy Way to Go…

The 31st of July marked the end of my favourite online transaction manager service – Wesabe (www.wesabe.com). I’ve been using the service regularly for the last […]
February 27, 2010

Filling in the Empty Space – The Personal Data Store

I said here that at present there are very few genuine VRM tools available right for use right now, and that the main reason for that […]
August 7, 2009

Sales Process… meet Buying Process; and why context trumps segmentation

I’ve been doing some thinking in advance of getting stuck into the development of open standards for User Driven and Volunteered Personal Information. That work is […]
July 22, 2009

More on the Privacy Fight-back

Now this is nice….self-destructing digital data controlled by the data subject…..
July 17, 2009

Who Said Privacy Was Dead…..?

BT decides against deploying Phorm behavioural tracking. The mobile phone directory Connectivity/ 118800 shut down by pressure from individuals who did not want their details scraped […]
July 13, 2009

That’s Good, Now We Can Get Started With CRM….Meet VRM

This post by Paul Greenberg is the first i’ve read on ‘Social CRM’, and it looks like I came across it at the right time – […]