In early 2006, Michael Fertik was in Louisville, Ky., finishing a clerkship at the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, when he noticed that people and companies were increasingly being pulled online without their consent, through cyberbullying and theft of personal data. We’re supposed to control our experience on the Internet, Mr. Fertik said he thought, “but instead we’ve become the objects of the Internet.” Read More>>
Michael Fertik (Nueva York, 1978) cambió Kentucky por la bahía de San Francisco por una chica. Dice que le salió bien la jugada, allí lanzó en 2006 Reputation.com. Entonces consiguió una ronda de financiación de un millón de dólares.
Imagine an Internet where unseen hands curate your entire experience. Where third parties predetermine the news, products and prices you see—even the people you meet. Read More>>
Michael talks data vault and privacy technology with the New York Times
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