Here is a partial list of VRM development efforts, kept up to date on the ProjectVRM wiki, here. Some are organizations, some are commercial entities, some are standing open source code development efforts.

AskForIt † – individual demand aggregation and advocacy
Body Shop Bids † – intentcasting for auto body work bids based on uploaded photos
Have to Have † – “A single destination to store and share everything you want online”
Intently † – Intentcasting “shouts” for services
Nifti † – Intentcasting “puts” in the market at customer (or community-) -chosen prices
OffersByMe † – intentcasting for local offers
Pikaba † “Pikaba is Social Shopping Platform that captures consumer intent to purchase and connects them with the right local business.”
PricePatrol † “monitors nearby stores for what you want at the price you want”
Prizzm †- Was a social CRM platform rewarding customers for telling businesses what they want, what they like, and what they have problems with. Now “demand based advertising.”
RedBeacon † – intentcasting locally for home services
Thumbtack † – service for finding trustworthy local service providers
Trovi intentcasting; matching searchers and vendors in Portland, OR and Chandler, AZ†
Uber † Ride=ordering
Übokia † intentcasting from photos of desired things
Zaarly † intentcasting to community – local so far in SF and NYC
Privacy protection
Abine † Do Not Track MeDeleteMeMaskMe PrivacyWatch: privacy-protecting browser extensions and services
AdBlock Plus Ad and tracking blocking.
Emmett † “An easy to install browser plugin that protects your privacy online”
Collusion Firefox add-on for viewing third parties tracking your movements † browser extentions to stop unwanted tracking, control data sharing
Ghostery † browser extension for tracking and controlling the trackers
Privacyfix † “One dashboard for your Facebook®, LinkedIn®, and Google® privacy. Blocks over 1200 trackers.”
PrivacyScore † browser extensions and services to users and site builders for keeping track of trackers
Privowny † – “Your personal data coach. Protect your identity/privacy. Track what the Internet knows about you.”
InfoGrid – graph database for personal networking applications
ProjectDanube – open source software for identity and personal data services
Messaging Services and Brokers
Gliph †- private, secure identity management and messaging for smartphones
Directly † – customer service Q&A site connecting to people who have worked in big companies and are willing to help when the company can’t or won’t
PingUp (was Getabl) †- chat utility for customers to engage with merchants the instant customers are looking for something
TrustFabric † – service for managing relationships with sellers
Personal Data and Relationship Management † – personal data, personal agent
Camilstore Personal storage system. “Note that it’s a ‘storage system’, not just a ‘file system’.”
ComplainApp † – An iOS/Android app to “submit complaints to businesses instantly – and find people with similar complaints”
Connect.Me † – peer-to-peer reputation, personal agent @respectconnect
CozyCloud † – personal cloud storage, service
DataBanker – lets individual consumers aggregate and understand their personal behavioral data, and sell that data to product designers, marketers, and social researchers † – personal data and relationship management
Higgins – open source, personal data
LastPass † – a secure password vault and service
The Locker Project – open source, personal data
MyDigipass † Secure login. “The ultimate password app”
Mydex †- personal data stores and other services
MySocialCloud † – personal password management Acquired by on 23 July 2013
OneCub †- Le compte unique pour vos inscriptions en ligne (single account for online registration)
Paoga † – personal data, personal agent † – personal data storage, personal agent
Personal Clouds – personal cloud wiki
Pribook † a personal cloud network for “personal indentity, vendor relationship management and personal network of things”
Privowny † – privacy company for protecting personal identities and for tracking use and abuse of those identities, building relationships
QIY † – independent infrastructure for managing personal data and relationships
Trov † “a private online digital locker for all the information about every thing you own”
Transaction Management
Dashlane † – simplified login and checkout
Trust-Based or -Providing Systems and Services
id3 – trust frameworks
Respect Network † – VRM personal cloud network based on OAuth, XDI, KRL, unhosted, and other open standards, open source, and open data initiatives. Respect Network is the parent ofConnect.Me@respectnet @respectconnect @drummondreed Personal social graph based fraud prevention, affiliated with Social Islands
SERVICE PROVIDERS OR PROJECTS BUILT ON VRM PRINCIPLES — the “Dutch YouMayCallMe registry” † “reverses the customer paradigm”
Cloudstore † personal clouds
Datacoup † a marketplace that translates personal data into a form of currency used for exchange on goods, offers or both † intelligent media solutions for retail and hospitality customers
Flamingo † Service company working toward leveling the playing field between service providers and customers
easyDNS † Customer driven managed DNS hosting, domain tools and registration with no lock-in
Edentiti Customer driven verification of idenity
First Retail Inc. † commodity infrastructure for bi-directional marketplaces to enable the Personal RFP
Get Satisfaction † Forum software for customer feedback
Real Estate Cafe † money-saving services for DIY homebuyers & FSBOs Customer-driven domain management† – open source, peer review
Meeco † “…an easy way to manage your digital life and control your information, so you can decide who you want to share it with and be rewarded for being you! (Transitioning from †
Neustar “Cooperation through trusted connections” † – GRM, Government Relationship Management
OwnYourInfo Personal information storing and sharing application † † – Service for controlling one’s reputation online
Spotflux † malware, tracking, unwanted ad filtration through an encrypted tunnel
SwitchBook † – personal search
Tangled Web † – mobile, P2P & PDS
The Banyan Project– community news co-ops owned by reader/members
TiddlyWiki – a reusable non-linear personal Web notebook
Ting † – customer-driven mobile virtual network operator (MVNO – a cell phone company)
Tucows † Parent of Ting and Hover
VirtualZero – Open food platform, supply chain transparency
 † User-driven personalized content delivery
EmanciPay – dev project for customer-driven payment choices
GRM: Government Relationship Management – subcategory of VRM
ListenLog – personal data logging
Personal RFP – crowdsourcing, standards
R-button – UI elements for relationship members
Freedom Box – personal server on free software and hardware
Precipitat, WebBox – new architecture for decentralizing the Web, little server
Scanadu † – A scanner packed with sensors designed to read your vital signs and send them wirelessly to your smartphone
Standards, Frameworks, Code bases and Protocols
arkOS A personal cloud operating system.
CloudOS An operating system for personal clouds and PICOs (persistent compute objects).
CliqueSpace A system that models user and device interactions. See this SSRN paper.
Datownia † – builds APIs from Excel spreadsheets held in Dropbox
FinTP – “the first open source application for financial transactions”
Digital Asset Grid S prototype for secure and accountable Intentcasting infrastructure, funded by SWIFT Innotribe.
Evented APIs – new standard for live web interactivity
KRL (Kinetic Rules Language) – personal event networks, personal rulesets, programming Live Web interactions @windley
Kynetx † – personal clouds, personal rule languages, etc. See @windley and this Github collection.
Oneswarm – privacy protecting peer-to-peer data sharing Mozila Persona] – a privacy-protecting one-click email-based way to do single sign on at websites
Owncloud “provides universal access to your files via the web, your computer or your mobile devices — wherever you are.”
percloud “personal cloud free software.” Currently in fund raising. Explained here. — Trusted Architecture for Securely Shared Services – R&D toward a trusted architecture and set of adaptive security services for individuals
Telehash – standards, personal data protocols
Tent – open decentralized protocol for personal autonomy and social networking
The Mine! Project – personal data, personal agent
UMA – standards
webfinger – personal Web discovery, finger over HTTP
XDI – OASIS semantic data interchange standard
Analysts and Consultants
Ctrl-SHIFT † – analysts
Synergetics † – VRM for job markets
VRM Labs – Research
HealthURL – Medical
Information Sharing Workgroup at Kantara – legal agreements, trust frameworks
Midata Innovation Lab “Working to give consumers better access to the personal data that companies hold about them. @ Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS).”
Midata “Providing better information and protection for consumers. Organisation: Department for Business, Innovation & Skills”
Patient Privacy Rights – Patient privacy advocacy organization
Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium (PDEC) – industry collaborative
IIW: Internet Identity Workshop – yearly unconference in Mountain View
VRM Hub – meeting in LondonNOTES:
† Indicates companies. Others are organizations, development projects or both. Some development projects are affiliated with companies. (e.g. Telehash and The Locker Project with Singly, and KRL with Kynetx.)
A – creating standard
B – Using other standards
1 – EventedAPI


  1. Peter

    I wonder if there is any work done on electronic “Loyalty cards”?
    If I carried all the cards that I have been issued by businesses my wallet would have to be enormous. Hence most companies don’t require you to actually hold the card and can do a look up in-store to offer any discounts/rewards etc. Of course I need to remember to request a look up if there is a chance I may have signed up at sometime in the past.
    It occurs to me that a simple App could keep track of every time I gave permission to a company to advertise to me. That is what a loyalty card actually is – with or without some form of recompense for providing permission. The current alternative seems to be to download a new App for each organisation.
    Once the relationship is established the company can push offers and other advertising – as they currently do through email but in a context sensitive basis. And I would be free to manage contact setting, or retract permission, at any time.
    I can see some inherent issues in how the database of relationships is managed and the corrupting incentives for the owners to sell details. Much like Google or Facebook can sell personal data. These concerns *should* be solvable but I can’t immediately see how.
    Anyway – does such a tool exist already? or have the problems proven too difficult? (I can’t believe that it hasn’t been thought of, and tried, already).


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