- AI startup Mine scans user emails to uncover which companies have their data – then lets them take it back at the click of a button.
- Mine launches as internet users become increasingly aware that companies hold vast troves of data on them and, in Europe, that they can request that information to be deleted.
- The $9.5 million Series A round was led by Google’s AI-focused Gradient Ventures, with participation from e.ventures, MassMutual Ventures, and existing investors Battery Ventures and Saban Ventures.
- The firm gave Business Insider an exclusive look at the pitch deck it used to bring investors on board.
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Mine, an Israeli privacy startup that aims to give users control of their personal data, recently raised $9.5 million in a Series A funding round backed by Google’s Gradient Ventures.
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