How this data is addressed and accessed is through the traditional means of searching in a web browser (example - Google or Bing).
However, Oyokey has created an easier identifier, an advance meta-tag, for addressing, accessing or searching data on the web. Known as a kiTAG, this is a combination of ordinary words turned into Internal Keyword, domain name (i.e. website name), and the “#” symbol. Be it data belonging to students, patients, projects, governments, or companies, kiTAGs can address the same data or information via the web more efficiently. Even making web addresses shareable. Users can randomly generate the kiTAG by tying information from the web, including products, document numbers, and student user names, to Keywords that give meaning to such data. Anyone can also choose to consolidate their data and address to that data with their simple kiTAG.