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Crowdsourcing Mornings: 4Privacy App

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We want to help you achieve more privacy in your digital life.

We’re nearing the completion of an app that lets you store, organize, and share information privately.

By supporting our Kickstarter, you’ll be one of the first people to get the app and help us further our mission of creating a more private digital world.

We believe you have a right to:

  • digital privacy
  • a safe place to store your digital information
  • control your own data (who can access it, and when)
  • have conversations online with the same privacy of being alone and in person
  • not be monitored by big tech, the government, or anyone else

We’re working on technology that:

  • is end-to-end encrypted with AES-256
  • is distributed
  • has a strong, passwordless identity system
  • facilitates easy and secure data storage
  • gives you control of your data even after it has been shared with others
  • is zero-knowledge – no third parties can see your information, not even us
  • generates your encryption keys on your device so they stay private and only accessible by you
  • affords you the benefits of the cloud, while preventing cloud providers from seeing your information
  • can improve and change as cryptography and technology evolve
  • doesn’t make you choose between ease of use and strong security

To learn more, check out the technology page on our website. There you will find our plans to open source the 4Privacy Engine and more.

As of October 25th, this project has raised $470,000 of their $175,000 goal. This project has 27 days left to raise as much as it can.  For a pledge of $25, you will get the app.  For a pledge of $250, you will get the app and be a beta tester.  To learn more and to pledge money, go to:

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