Connect.me and miiCard buddy up to create an online social ID card

Connect.me and miiCard buddy up to create an online social ID card

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New Connect.me, the social discovery and reputation company and miicard, the online verification service have partnered create a social reputation card. The move is part of the companies’ strategy as members of the Respect  Network, a group of 20 founding firms working on ways for people to control their data on...
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9to5mac.com
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