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Microsoft's 'Project Bali' Wants to Let You Control Your Data
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gasbagred
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1/8/2019 | 6:48:26 AM
The new idea
The idea behind Project Bali is to decrease the amount of inversely private data and give users more control over information.
emanuel.petty
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1/6/2019 | 2:14:07 PM
Re: How about just a printable calendar PRIVACY
The project is currently in its "initial stage," ZDNet reports, an indication that researchers are working on helping people collect and view their information from different sites. At this time, Bali is invitation-only; it remains to be seen whether Microsoft will take further steps to make the initiative more public in the future.
REISEN1955
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REISEN1955,
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1/4/2019 | 2:27:13 PM
How about just PRIVACY
Why should Micro$oft collect data about me?  I consider most of my stuff to be MY STUFF (apologies to the late, great George Carlin).  It belongs to me and for them to TAKE IT ----- and gee, ain't this nifty.  Let me control what they take.  Wow. I am impressed NOT.  


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