BE A DATA
LIBERATOR

Change the game. Tapmydata gives you the power to use your personal data the way you want to.

BE A DISRUPTOR

Access your data

Find out which companies have your data. Ask them to send you what they have.

TAKE CONTROL

Hold your data

Securely store a master copy of your data with instant access at any time.

CREATE AN INCOME

Earn crypto from your data

Request data and receive TAP tokens. You can also create NFT licenses and join data pools to earn cryptocurrency.

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

Use your superpower

When it comes to data, you have eight legal rights. Seems a shame not to use them. With the Tapmydata app, you can.

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1. YOUR RIGHT TO BE INFORMED

Companies must tell the truth about how they use your data. No porkies or mis-direction. You can ask them questions; they must be open and honest.

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2. YOUR RIGHT OF ACCESS

You can ask companies for the data they have on you. Now you’re talking! With our app, you can request it, provide ID and store it securely.

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3. YOUR RIGHT OF RECTIFICATION

Sounds fancy, but what it means is you can ask for data to be changed if it’s incorrect or missing vital details. If it’s wrong, make sure they put it right.

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4. YOUR RIGHT TO ERASURE

If you want your data deleted, you can make it happen. No questions asked. Less data out there means less risk of having your details hacked.

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5. YOUR RIGHT TO RESTRICT PROCESSING

This is your stop option. The data might be wrong or have been acquired dubiously. Oh yes, that happens. Know what they’re doing, then say no.

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6. YOUR RIGHT TO DATA PORTABILITY

You can ask for your data back, store it in your Tap wallet and send it to someone else or to another organisation. Easy as that.

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7. YOUR RIGHT TO OBJECT

Don’t want a company to use your data? Tell them so. They have to stop unless they have a valid reason. You call the shots.

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8. YOUR RIGHTS OF AUTOMATED DECISION MAKING & PROFILING

The machines are here. If a business is using automation (such as AI) to analyse your data, you can ask for the what, how and why of it all.