Is Privacy in the Digital Age Dead? Not Quite.

By Jeff Goldman | Posted September 24, 2010
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In the digital age, where a company's every IM, email, text, chat or voicemail is subject to legal discovery and must be archived and saved for seven years, privacy can seem like an extinct species.

VaporStream software seeks to change things up a bit with an application that provides the communication convenience of email with the privacy and security benefits of a face-to-face conversation. Our sister-site eSecurityPlanet.com has the full report.

VaporStream’s electronic conversation software is designed to offer secure and “record-less” online conversations, promising the ease of use of e-mail combined with the privacy and security of an in-person chat. Company CEO Jack Hembrough says the idea for the product came from the founders’ realization “that everything that they wrote in an e-mail was as if they were publishing it for everyone to read – that there was no privacy in electronic communications.”

Read the complete New Email Solution Protects Privacy article

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