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The new way to manage your personal data.
Your aka username acts as your unique identifier across the internet. Identified by a ^aka_username, you use it to login to websites or share your data with others
Up until now, personalization of websites and applications was only possible if the company had already learned enough about you to tailor the experience to you. Typically this meant that newer or smaller applications couldn’t provide the same user experience that was offered by their large competitors.
By giving you the ability to control and store your own data, access to this data becomes decentralized and available to any application or website — only when an individual grants access.
From within your aka hub, you can see and manage exactly what applications, websites, individuals or businesses have access to your data. At any time, you can partially or completely disable access for any application. You can set time limits on data access and aka will remind you of connections that you may have forgotten about.
By storing your personal data in your aka data hub, it can stay with you across devices and applications. All while maintaining full control over who and what has access.
Use your ^aka username to identify yourself when logging into any app or website. Simply approve or deny the data connection.
When you sign into an application with aka, you can hide your email address from the application and automatically replace it with a non-identifiable email address. Any emails sent here will be forwarded to your personal email address.
All data coming into and out of your aka is highly encrypted and only accessible by you and those that have been granted access.
You can change what apps, businesses, websites have access to specific data at anytime. Track what connections are using your data the most and see what they’re using it for.