Data interoperability platform for the Semantic Web

Stardust Platform

Schema illustration of Stardust Platform vision
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  • Stardust Data Passport


    Data passport is a secure
    “treasure chest” containing all
    user’s personal data

  • Stardust Network


    The Network is our decentralised
    infrastructure for independent
    sharing of data

    • yellow bubble

      This represents one SDP

    • yellow bubble with dashed outline

      SDP in a group for increased security

  • Stardust Business Interface


    Access portal for companies
    and websites to on-demand
    see and manage customers’ data

We truly believe that for this platform to fully come to existance and flourish there needs to be open cooperation.
Everyone should be able to build their own tools and software integration solutions for Stardust based on consensus standards, especially for the data communications between individuals (SDPs) and enterprises, organisations or even governments.

Stardust Platform fixes:

Lack of transparency

Vulnerabilities of central storage

Need for an alternative

There are companies who rely on data, they build new features by sharing the existing data with other firms, but often the use and spread of data isn’t communicated back to the owner of that data

No matter whether an institution has good or bad intentions, the majority of companies experience web attacks leaving billions of user records leaked every year

Companies build expensive systems to store users’ data because there isn’t another reliable way to ensure safety and regulation compliance

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Stardust In The News

... it's a forever repetitive task," Til says. "The reality is that after a short period of time most people give up trying and usually opt with 'Allow all'.

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Southampton students invent 'cookie cutter' to streamline web experience

April 26, 2021

Stardust launches time saving ‘Cookie Cutter‘

March 31, 2021

Garage48 Cyber Security hackathon unified participants from 14 countries

October 26, 2020

About us

  • Picture of Andrius Matšenas
  • Andrius Matšenas

    CEO |

    Background: Mathematics, Startups, Data science,
    Mathematical modelling, Design

  • Picture of Til Jordan
  • Til Jordan

    CTO |

    Background: Computer Science, Software development,
    Cloud computing, Machine learning

Our mission is to start a people-led movement for a world where we have full control and overview over our personal data while being able to use the internet in the simplest and most convenient way. The Cookie Cutter is the first demonstration of so-called "people-centric data handling" that aligns with our promoted values - it increases convenience on the web, it empowers the end user with more control, it raises awareness on the extent of data collection, and all this without sacrificing on security, in reality even strengthening it.

If you’ve read this far and would like to contribute to the movement with your knowledge or connections then you’re welcome to get in contact with us via email or LinkedIn . And if you’d like to support us financially then please find the options below, this is currently our only source of income as the Cookie Cutter is available for free.


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