If you feel you should be paid for the use of your data, this article in Newsfile might be of interest to you:
New York, New York–(Newsfile Corp. – July 21, 2020) – Killi Ltd. (TSXV: MYID), a global leader in consumer privacy, announces that its Founder and CEO, Neil Sweeney, was featured in Forbes magazine to discuss the Company’s Fair-Trade DataTM program. The article highlights how the Fair-Trade DataTM program redistributes wealth via the Company’s Data DividendsTM and allows consumers to see what personal data is being bought and by whom.
Article Highlights: “Killi’s fair-trade data program runs off the back of the data dividend concept referenced by California Governor Gavin Newsom, which proposes California residents be paid a ‘dividend’ for the use of their data. Similar to former Presidential candidate Andrew Yang’s Universal Basic Income concept, which pays users for the use of their data, every time a brand or platform uses the user data shared with Killi, those users will be compensated. Unlike Gov. Newsom and Yang’s proposals, which lack a mechanism for delivery, Killi’s product is currently live and paying users weekly while providing a full transparency report that outlines what data was purchased and by whom.
To learn more about Killi’s Data DividendTM and more extensive Fair-Trade DataTM program, please visit https://killi.io/earn.
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