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== Expansions ==
== Expansions ==
* '''your data''' -  whether you created it or purchased it
* '''your data''' -  whether you created it or purchased it
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* '''across space''' - different websites, different devices, different media
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* '''across space''' - different websites, different devices, different media, space-shifting in general
* '''across time''' - archiving at one point in time, retrieving at another point in time, time-shifting in general
* '''across time''' - archiving at one point in time, retrieving at another point in time, time-shifting in general

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Data Portability

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Summary

Data portability is about you, the user, being able to move and use your data across space and across time.

Expansions

Relation to microformats

This was one of the incentives behind the development of microformats, and now microformats are a key enabling building block for data portability in various contexts:

Previous Work

Data portability has been an important topic for quite some time, our work today stands on the shoulders of that earlier work. Here are a few illustrative citations/examples:

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