The new accounts boost represent additional scale to the Killi ecosystem, which compensates users in cash for the use of their data. Killi data is first-party and abides by all new privacy regulations, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
The Killi solution solves the gap for brands and media agencies increasingly looking to purchase compliant data, as more scrutiny is placed on where firms are accessing their data.
In a statement, Neil Sweeney, the company's founder and CEO said: "The multi-billion-dollar data market is quickly transforming to remove any data which cannot be tied directly to a consumer. If we acknowledge that all data is the digital manifestation of human identity, and money is being generated from this data sale, why aren't consumers included in the transaction?"
He continued: "The goal of Killi is to redistribute wealth back to everyday citizens based on what's rightfully theirs. With unemployment at 10%, even a small redistribution of money can make a material difference to a consumer."
Killi is currently available online or via iOS or Android in five countries - US, Canada, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand - paying users weekly while providing a transparent report that outlines what data was purchased. Users are paid in cash, making Killi the only company in the world that is fairly compensating users for the purchase of their data.
The group's consumer privacy ecosystem allows consumers to take back control of their consumer data from those who have been collecting it and selling it unbeknownst to them. Available internationally on iOS, Android as well as the web, with Killi consumers can opt-in and link specific personal information from various financial and social accounts that they would like to put under their control and share with companies and be compensated directly in the form of cash for its use.
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