Voyurl: Privacy, Sharing Of Personal Information, And The Rise Of Open Data

Voyurl: Privacy, Sharing Of Personal Information, And The Rise Of Open Data

Voyurl is a service in development that will track a user's browsing behavior in real-time. One of the founders shares his thoughts with us on sharing and open data.

Kyle Studstill
  • 4 august 2010

Voyurl is a browser-based platform currently in development that will allow users to passively share their browsing behaviors – and view the browsing behaviors of others – in real-time. Described as “foursquare-meets-twitter” and “Blippy for web browsing,” the service will constantly keep a dynamic archive of user’s clickstreams, with the goal of capturing data that gives a user rich insight into their behavior and better content recommendations.

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