Empowering digital trust.
We believe that privacy is a fundamental human right. But to protect it and establish trust with companies and brands, you need to know what is happening in your digital life.
Our app empowers you to take control over the use of your personal data in a way that is simple and secure. Giving you One.Thing.Less to worry about.
One.Thing.Less is free, does not include ads and does not sell personal data. Read why here.
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Do you know what really happens to your personal information when making a purchase, signing up for newsletters, or logging onto a free wireless connection?
There is little transparency, and who has the time to find out anyway?
And while new data protection laws such as the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are catalysts for change, these rights mean very little if you can’t claim them easily.
So instead of you having to do all the work of researching and contacting each company individually to get the information you should know, we offer a simple solution. With one click we approach companies on your behalf and ask seven important questions about how they use your data.
Questions such as: if they have your personal data, if they share it with others, if they profile you, or track your location.
We do not ask for or want your personal data itself. We simply help you to get answers to these questions.
We notify you once the companies respond, so you can easily review their answers and ask to change what you don’t like. And if they don’t respond, then you decide if or how this changes your relationship with them and if this is a reason to distrust them.
ASK with just one click for insights regarding the use of your personal data from a range of market-leading companies, and review their answers.
ACT with just one click by making informed choices about the use of your personal data by companies.
Trust the trusted.
Don’t just take our word for it – trust a trusted independent auditor. That’s why we have commissioned Ernst & Young to conduct an audit of our services based on the ISAE 3000 standard for assurance over non-financial information issued by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).