It’s your data that create your digital identity

Your identity is the result of a series of actions and the perception they create in the eyes of many many people. Nowadays, your identity and how you are perceived as a person, are largely based on your personal data. And how these personal data are being used by businesses, organizations, and governments.

THAT’S WHAT GDPR IS ABOUT

Although the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is often associated with controlling e-mailings and spam, the real value of this regulation is that it wants to protect your identity, by protecting why, how, and where your personal data are stored and used.

You have more and more accounts

You have more and more online accounts. Every store in the mall, every online shop, every bank, every insurance company, every sports club or professional association, every employer, every “thing” keeps certain data from you.

THEY ALL STORE DATA ON YOU

Data is much and much more than just a name and an e-mail address. It can be account data, passwords, pictures, friends, groups, likes, tweets, movies, snaps, chats, contracts, scores, video’s, dating site matches, etc. We bet you do not have a clue where your data are in today’s fast-growing digital world.

What happens with your personal data?

And now the major question. What happens with your personal data? Or let’s turn it the other way – what would you want to happen with your personal data? What do you want companies to do with your e-mail address, your pictures, your professional CV,  your intimate information, your actions taken by security cameras, your medical images?

THÁT IS WHAT GDPR IS ABOUT

Do you want companies to send you mailings – or not? That is GDPR too, but it is just a very small part of the regulation. Of course, spam can be annoying, and that’s why everyone is talking about it. More important, however, is what happens with your data. GDPR now gives European citizens like you and me the right to ask organizations why they need your data, what they do with it, how they protect it, when they will delete it.

There is a solution now, to control your personal data

There is an app now, that puts you back in control of your personal data. Using idmanager, you will have one single place containing all the accounts, registers, and databases that contain your data. From that single place you will be able to manage what the companies and organizations can and cannot do with your data (within the boundaries of the law).

FREE TO MASTER YOUR DIGITAL IDENTITY

You do not pay anything. The companies and organizations that want to store and use your data, pay the bill. It’s OK that they want to valorize your data, as long as you are in control of their actions and can master your digital identity. The downside is that we need you to ask as many companies as possible to use idmanager.

With a little help from fans like you

The idmanager app is launched on May 24, 2018. That’s one day before the GDPR deadline of May 25. Our investment company and all of our sister companies gave the right example and are already using idmanager. That means idmanager reached a group of 20.000 potential fans as from day one.

HELP US SPEED UP … AND HARVEST YOUR OWN BENEFITS

The word is spreading. That’s great. The more people knock on the door of companies, shops, platforms, organizations, and governments, the faster we can give you full control over all of your accounts and all of your personal data. So forward the good news, like and share our news items, and tell data protection officers about idmanager.

Thank you for your support!