For Individuals

How can I donate my data?

We’re preparing to launch the service. Please register your interest and we’ll be in touch with more details when we’re ready to start accepting data. In the meantime, why not download the digi.me app and start connecting to your data?

How will data be used?

Data will be used to support the development and assurance of covid vaccines. Privacy preserving techniques will help ensure you remain anonymous.

Can the data be used for other purposes?

The data donor programme is built around consent. The data is only collected and used for the intended purposes as described when consenting. If the purpose needs to change or there are new purposes, the data donor programme will ask for consent.

Is it secure?

The digi.me data wallet uses military like technology to secure your personal data and only you have access. Digi.me has been independently vetted for all types of data including medical records in a number of countries.

When you donate your data it is pseudonymised and privacy preserving techniques are applied before it is stored in a secure data repository. Only authorised persons can access this and only for the purposes you consented for.

What if I change my mind?

The data donor programme allows you to change your mind at any time and remove your data in line with data protection regulations, including EU GDPR.

For Researchers

Who is behind the Data Donor Programme?

The Data Donor Programme is a not-for-profit initiative spearheaded by digi.me Limited.

What sorts of data can be accessed?

Digi.me supports a broad range of data sources which can be added to the repository. For covid vaccines, vaccination data, conditions, allergies, medications self-assessments and other data relevant to the assurance of vaccines will be collected.

What sorts of data can be accessed?

We’re happy to talk to anyone about how our technology can help organisations, but right now we’re particularly keen to talk to people from across the research community including pharmaceuticals, researchers and academic institutions.

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