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When the User switches on the optional “myCard feature”, the User allows other Users (as well as non-Users) to identify him within LEENK. The User, by adding details about himself (eg. a Family Name, a Given Name, and a profile picture), simplifies the process of identifying him. Once a specific User has been identified by another User the process of exchanging—so called—Data Management Rights. The myCard, that—in sum— is identical to an “old” entry into what used to be called “white pages”, is a feature that is of interest to Users that do not have a “wider global exposure”. We did recommend to Users like Barack Obama, Ja Rule and The Princess of Monaco, not to activate this feature.


The quintessential feature of LEENK is the “myData feature”. Only when a User does fill out this section he will be able to selectively push his Private Data to other participants to the LEENK-network. Once a User exchanges “Data management Rights”—may it be trough a direct exchange of his user_ID, or when accepting an incoming request by another User who found him on the myCard feature—then he will push his Private Data to other participants in accordance to the default settings defined by LEENK Inc. Of course, the User can (and should!) adapt the default setting in accordance to his personal needs and preferences.


The ancillary feature to LEENK—meaning that this feature, myCard alike—is not necessary for a seamless use of LEENK app. With myMemos the User can save (and—at a later moment—share within the LEENK network, or outside of the LEENK network) private memories in the form of pictures and “notes”. This feature should be considered by the User as his private repository of private memories. By adapting the sharing settings pre-defined by LEENK Inc., the User can decide whether to share at all his private memories with anyone, or to share those memories selectively, pushing them into the mobile devices of other User.