Mothers know how important it is to protect our kids, our families and ourselves from the ultra intrusive design and minimal privacy culture present online today.
Pembroke Pines, Fl (PRWEB) January 31, 2012
UmeNow announced today that its founder is reaching out to mothers around the world to push back against invasive practices by giant social networks. As part of its 2012 Privacy Made Simple campaign, mothers are being encouraged to organize to raise privacy awareness. "This is a classic battle, David vs. corporate Goliaths who prey on the private lives of people so they can make their billions. And I need every mom on earth with me in order to win," said Evelyn Castillo-Bach the founder of UmeNow who is widely known as the Privacy Mom because of her aggressive defense of people's privacy rights online. UmeNow is a pioneering super-private, no ads and no tracking "people's network" designed and recently launched by Privacy Mom and her team.
"Mothers know how important it is to protect our kids, our families and ourselves from the ultra intrusive design and minimal privacy culture present online today. UmeNow intends to change the tide and elevate the standard of what privacy should be for anyone who wants it. But we are battling powerful companies with huge bank accounts that want to defeat us. Today I call out to all moms to stand with us in this war," said Castillo-Bach who is based in South Florida.
UmeNow launched in July 2011. Evelyn Castillo-Bach is also the founder of Collegiate Nation --known as GoCNCN.com-- the first and only private network exclusively for college students. Both UmeNow.com and Collegiate Nation are known for fiercely protecting the privacy rights of its members. All ads, third party apps and games are banned because they are back doors to extracting private information. Evelyn Castillo-Bach earned her M.S. in 1993 from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She has traveled extensively in Ethiopia and in the Balkans, accompanying her Danish husband who is a lawyer.