Making the news: CitizenMe iOS app announcement takes-offMaking the news: CitizenMe iOS app announcement takes-off https://www.citizenme.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/unsplash_5256df5dea82e_1.jpg 1024 566 StJohn Deakins StJohn Deakins https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/67e7ca4885d1b922783ca3a83741a282?s=96&d=mm&r=g
Today we announced our iOS app. We believe it gives us all an opportunity to start taking back control of who we are online.
For the first time we have an easy way to see our social network profiles in one screen, choose what personal information we share publically, stay informed about Terms of Service agreements as they change and take a glimpse at how others see us on Facebook.
These tools give us a starting point that take us forward towards a larger vision: one where everyday users of the Internet can manage and benefit from their digital identity and personal data.
If you’re a blogger or journalist, visit our media page for more resources or download the full press release here:
If you want to download the iOS app click HERE or search using the term ‘citizenme’ on the App Store using your iPhone or iPad.
Highlights from today’s media coverage:
Thank you Digital Citizens!
Our special thanks go out to all our pioneer digital citizens who have been sending us feedback on the kind of service they want to manage their digital identity and to all those who have been in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter, sharing the news and helping spread the word that CitizenMe has launched!
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StJohn founded CitizenMe with the aim to take on the biggest challenge in the Information Age: helping digital citizens gain control of their digital identity. Personal data has meaning and value to everyone, but there is an absence of digital tools to help people realise its value. With CitizenMe, StJohn aims to fix that. With a depth of experience digitising and mobilising businesses, StJohn aims for positive change in the personal information economy. Oh… and he loves liquorice.All stories by: StJohn Deakins