Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 24, 2006
SoulCast, a new, free web-based company that allows users to read and write free blogs, claims that privacy and anonymity is one of their top service goals. In light of all of the spying controversy surrounding the NSA and their collection of customer data, and the recent MySpace crackdowns, SoulCast appears to be welcome refuge for many readers and writers of blogs.
The question of privacy in the internet world is a much-debated topic these days. “A lot of blogging and networking sites are not considered to be "fully private" based on the information they collect from a new user when they sign up,” states Brian Ree, CEO and Founder of SoulCast. Unlike MySpace, LiveJournal, Xanga, and just about every other networking website out there, SoulCast doesn’t collect any personal information unless you choose to provide it. The goal is to help keep the user as anonymous as possible so they can write freely and openly about anything, which is one of the philosophies of SoulCast.Additionally, SoulCast doesn’t collect or store IP addresses like virtually every blogging site out there. Not many websites enforce anonymity so much as SoulCast.
The privacy aspect of SoulCast may prove to be a great draw for many potential users, especially since there are few places in the blogosphere that can make such a strong claim for anonymity and privacy. But the team at SoulCast is confident that this service they’re providing, as well as the incentive that you can get paid to blog, will be the sustaining factors of the community. And the timing of such a site couldn’t be better.
SoulCast is a free online blogging community that was established in 2006. SoulCast provides a place for anyone to blog and read about interesting topics for free, without constraints and in full anonymity. In addition, SoulCast members have the option to get paid to blog.