Move Over AOL - Breakthrough Technology Turns Internet Users Invisible with the Click of a Mouse

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Internet users now have the ability to cloak their online and offline computer activity, through the launch of a new high tech internet access portal named PurelyPrivate.Com. http://www.purelyprivate.com

Internet users now have the ability to cloak their online and offline computer activity, through the launch of a new high tech internet access portal named PurelyPrivate.Com. "Now anyone can become invisible to snoops, spyware, online predators and ID thieves", says Grey McKenzie founder of http://www.purelyprivate.com.

Stealing your information when you surf the Internet has become big business. Anyone's surfing habits, email correspondence, even chat room discussions all have a dollar value to companies that want to sell you their stuff.

Let’s face it, the Internet was never made to keep information secret, it was designed to share ideas, says McKenzie. We have to redesign the internet to help users retain their privacy.

There are thousands of spy software programs that can sit invisibly on a computer, capturing and recording every keystroke, email & website visited, not to mention credit card & banking info. McKenzie should know as he is also the founder of SpyCop.Com, one of the nations first companies to address the spyware problem.

With identity theft arguably the fastest growing crime in the nation, it's time people started waking up to this clear & present danger.

McKenzie launched http://www.purelyprivate.com as his answer to the national privacy threat. His goal is to make surfers invisible to prying eyes through the use of his high tech internet access portal.

PurelyPrivate boasts benefits such as super stealth anonymous surfing, one click encrypted email, auto-encrypted chat, cutting edge spyware detection, email virus protection & much more.

The FTC is doing their best, he says, trying to follow up on the thousands of complaints they receive daily regarding cyber crime, but really it's up to us to protect our privacy from unscrupulous website owners, and even those around us who want to spy on our computer use.

Whatever the reason, there seems to be no shortage of snoops who want access to the information stored on our computers. McKenzie believes we must take responsibility for our personal & national privacy before it's to late.

For more information about keeping your computer & internet use free from prying eyes, visit http://www.purelyprivate.com PH:850-277-0402

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