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May 2010

Look After Your Data - What would you lose if your Facebook, Flickr or Gmail were deleted?

What would you lose if your Gmail, Flickr or Facebook were deleted? Do you have all of your photos and important emails backed up? Or would you lose them forever? If your photos, emails, documents, blog posts, friends lists etc are important to you, you should be keeping a copy of this information offline.

February 2010

Data Independence and Survival Best Practices Projects - Carnets de La Grange

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At a regular pace, we hear about social networks catastrophes. One of the last example is the bookmark service Magnolia which has lost all data from its users. Some people who have subscribed to their own RSS feed of bookmarks have recovered their data. Social networks catastrophes are of a different types and with different consequences, but often revolve around personal data. These data can be "fully" private to completly public with a lot of granularity in between (an opacity defined by shades).

September 2009

The Data Liberation Front (the Data Liberation Front)

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The Data Liberation Front is an engineering team at Google whose singular goal is to make it easier for users to move their data in and out of Google products. We do this because we believe that any data that you create in (or import into) a product is your own. We help and consult other engineering teams within Google on how to "liberate" their products.

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