The Essential Guide for Any Company Affected by Personal Data
Our subscribers are the ground-breaking technologists, product development enterprises, data entrepreneurs, and policymakers who are shaping and leading this rapidly-evolving sector. Each monthly issue boosts your sector intelligence with insightful, broad-based, and knowledgeable reporting. We do the legwork so you can focus on making the most profitable use of what we reveal in your sphere.
In each monthly issue, our experienced analysts and respected guest contributors track, distill, and make sense of the 100+ emerging standards, rapidly growing number of listservs and companies, analyst reports, social media buzz, news, and insider talk.
Personal data has recently been described by the World Economic Forum as a “new asset class.” There are huge stakes — intellectual, financial, professional, and personal — for us all.
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Published by PDEC, the Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium, Personal Data Journal is the comprehensive source for information in the emerging personal data services space, offering in-depth analysis and news no other publication does, or can.
The Journal provides invaluable leverage to those in the vanguard of developing and delivering solutions and services in the personal data ecosystem. The Internet Society (ISOC) is funding PDEC’s research on the industry practices and trends the Journal will regularly examine and interpret.
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Companies regularly spend at least $25,000 and up for analyst-grade coverage of important markets. In contract, the annual subscription rate for the Personal Data Journal, the key source of personal data sector intelligence, is quite affordable.
Choose from subscriptions:
- Enterprise: $9,950
- Workgroup (2-20 readers): $2,950
- Workgroup Monthly: $300 via PayPal
- Individual: (for one recipient): $645
- Non-Profit Academic (for one recipient): $350
Published 12 times/year, the Personal Data Journal gives you insight that you can’t obtain anywhere else.
Subscribers of Workgroup and Enterprise also receive a half-day seminar on the revolution in personal data management.
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