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Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. Author/Speaker/Consultant
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Saturday, June 20, 2015  

Private.me - Empowers Internet Users To Keep Their Personal Data Private

Private.me Puts You in Control of Your Own Data. Their easy to use tools and patent pending privacy solution ensure that you always have complete control over how and when your personal data is accessed or shared. Features: a) Take control of the information you want to keep private; b) Grant access to your data only as you deem appropriate; c) Keep your data from being shared or used irresponsibly or against your wishes; and d) Easily manage your settings through a simple control panel. When you browse the Internet through Private.me, your searches will never be seen, stored, or accessed by any single person or entity. Still, you can choose to keep and revisit your search history, or delete it forever. They offer more utility than search anonymizers, and more privacy than search engines! They invite you to read and learn about the patent pending solution that they deploy to make this possible. They believe that an individual’s privacy should be valued and protected and they are doing everything they can to help protect people’s personal data and information. They have introduced private search, but they are not stopping there. They have more exciting new privacy tools in development and on their way. Check back often to learn about our new privacy services! Using a patent pending privacy solution, they have the only truly “forgetful” system in which no single entity (including them) can access any user’s personal data without explicit consent. When you call back your data (your search history, for example), the useless bits of information get decrypted, re-assembled, and presented back to you. At all other times, your data is unreadable, unreachable, disassembled, and useless. When you use a Private.me service, all of your personal data is immediately encrypted, sliced up, and distributed between geographically dispersed non-profit organizations. These non-profits are set up specifically to be stewards of user data. Why non-profits? They are better designed to protect your data than a for-profit company. This will be added to Privacy Resources Subject Tracer™.

posted by Marcus Zillman | 3:58 AM
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