There is a whole world out there of activists and thought leaders who need a platform that safeguards their right to communicate uncensored and without being tracked.
Pembroke Pines, Fl (PRWEB) March 26, 2012
As part of its Occupy Privacy campaign, UmeNow announced today that it is promoting its anonymous posting feature. "At a time when giant social media companies are focused on tracking people and profiting by selling and trading on people's private communication and data, we are going in the opposite direction," said Evelyn Castillo-Bach, founder of the new startup UmeNow.
UmeNow is known as a super-private network that has banned all ads, third party apps and games to protect its members from unauthorized extraction of private information. "Most people don't know that UmeNow is also a powerful platform for anyone who wants the option to write and broadcast ideas anonymously," said Castillo-Bach who is known to her followers as "Privacy Mom."
"There is a whole world out there of activists and thought leaders who need a platform that safeguards their right to communicate uncensored and without being tracked. UmeNow is built to serve them too," said Castillo-Bach who blogs regularly on privacy issues.
List of blog features:
- Post anonymously.
- Post using any name or pseudonym.
- Share blogs with the World.
- Share blogs Only with Friends.
- Share blogs Only with Members.
- Add donation button to blogs to raise funds.
- Delete, edit blogs even after publishing.
- Save blogs as drafts.
- Change view status of blogs anytime.
- Add photos to any blog.
UmeNow has banned all tracking and all ads. UmeNow's 2-tier membership structure promises the same privacy protection to its free members. Premium level members who subscribe for $6.00/ month have access to all site areas.
Evelyn Castillo-Bach is the founder of UmeNow and Collegiate Nation. UmeNow entered into its silent launch in July 2011. Collegiate Nation--also known as GoCNCN.com-- is the first and only private network exclusively for college students. Castillo-Bach was interviewed earlier this year by Miami television to address privacy issues impacting college students.
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.