The founders of a Scottish company called MaidSafe had a wild idea. What if you were to give the internet a makeover, changing it so that it’s absolutely safe from hackers and government snooping, but is still good for app developers and for sharing information? Thus was born theMaidSafe’s SAFE network, brainchild of David Irvine (CEO) and Nick Lambert (COO.)The plan is to use the existing internet but not store your data on servers in data centers such as done by Google, Yahoo, Facebook, and every other big internet company today. Instead, everyone who joins this network would turn their PC into part of the network, allowing bits and pieces of encrypted data to be stored on all PCs.
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