UmeNow is a people's network that guarantees an individual's right to expose what's wrong.
Pembroke Pines, FL (PRWEB) April 11, 2012
UmeNow announced today that it is inviting people to anonymously post blogs exposing employers who are doing bad, like demanding passwords to social networks. "It's reprehensible that any employer feels free to act badly and get away with it," stated Evelyn Castillo-Bach, the founder of UmeNow, who is known to her followers as Privacy Mom.
Members of UmeNow can post blogs anonymously, empowering everyone to out employers who behave badly. "UmeNow is a people's network that guarantees an individual's right to expose what's wrong. In today's employment market too many employers seem to think that they have a blank check to mistreat employees," stated Castillo-Bach, who also blogs on privacy issues.
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.
Both UmeNow 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 tracking and extracting private information. 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.