The New York and Toronto-based firm expects the process to take roughly 60-75 days.
“The United States is the world's largest data market and with recent changes to privacy legislation, including the implementation of CCPA (the California Consumer Privacy Act) and other state-driven privacy laws, increased visibility on our company, a leader in this space, is essential,” CEO Neil Sweeney said. “This listing reflects our commitment to our shareholders about increasing the visibility of Killi to a larger audience."
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Kili works to help consumers to take back control of their identity from those who have been using it without their consent. Using Killi, consumers can opt in and select specific pieces of personal information that they would like to share with brands in exchange for compensation.
The company’s software lets users make money from their data through data sharing, surveys, offers and watching videos on Android.
Killi is available in six countries on iOS and Android, and the app pays its users weekly.
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