- Microsoft is discreetly taking a shot at a task codenamed "Bali," which could give clients considerably more power over their own information.
- Bali was first spotted by a Twitter client, and columnists at that point found what resembled the venture's site.
- The site portrayed Bali as "another individual information bank which places clients responsible for all information gathered about them."
Microsoft quietly testing a project
Microsoft quietly testing a project ZDNet journalist Mary Jo Foley then found what looked like the Bali website. The site reportedly required a code to sign in, but visitors could request a code. PC Magazine also appears to have visited the site, but when Business Insider followed the link, the website failed to load.
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