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Personal Launches “Personal University,” a Video Series on Data Privacy and Security

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The DC-based Personal, which offers people a secured digital data vault to store personal information, passwords, and files, announced in a blog post that it has launched Personal University, a video series dedicated to informing companies and individuals (particularly developers) about various topics in the personal data and privacy space.

“With companies and developers struggling to find a more rational, secure model for using data to personalize our digital experiences and eliminate customer hassle and friction, we wanted to find a way to share what we’ve learned,” said cofounder and CEO Shane Green in a statement. “Many of the toughest personal data problems of today, not to mention some of the biggest new opportunities, can be addressed by including the individual in the data equation.”

The first video is available now on their blog, and introduces the ways users can take advantage of the company’s Fill It app and data vault that it launched earlier this summer. Fill It gives people a platform to securely and automatically fill any form with a simple click of the mouse.

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