Data Portability Wars : Google and Facebook vs. YOU

Well, here we go again.

The big companies love to embrace data portability and the freedom it provides its users, not to mention the press and goodwill that comes with it, as long as it doesn’t conflict with their corporate agenda.

Let’s call it what it is: Facebook and Google both support “convenient” data . . . → Read More: Data Portability Wars : Google and Facebook vs. YOU

Data Portability Applauds US CIO, Mourns Departure

Today, friends of Data Portability lost an ally in their cause when the Federal CIO, Vivek Kundra, announced he will be leaving his post in August. Mr. Kundra was the first-ever Chief Information Officer of the United States. During his tenure, Mr. Kundra championed the use of open standards, cloud computing, accessibility, and data . . . → Read More: Data Portability Applauds US CIO, Mourns Departure

Our comment to the FCC on “Data Portability and its relationship to broadband”

Today we officially sent comment to the FCC on “Data Portability and its relationship to broadband“. The team laboured hard over the weekend as we only found out about this late last week, but we managed to get something together that I hope will be of value to the FCC.  (You can check the . . . → Read More: Our comment to the FCC on “Data Portability and its relationship to broadband”