So, if the government can’t keep computer messages safe what chance do we have with our own personal or business communications? The short answer is: not much. But there’s a new service called TigerText which offers important control over what we send out via the Internet.
Jeffery Evans, CEO of TigerText, says his is a breakthrough service that gives the sender of a message the peace of mind knowing it cannot be copied or forwarded to another. And with TigerText’s network you’ll be able to designate a life expectancy to each text you send. Like on the old Mission Impossible TV show, each communique will self destruct after a certain period of time--from one minute after it is opened to several days later, whatever time frame you choose. The text can never be retrieved--not even by court order--because it will no longer exist on TigerText’s server.
The potential monetary damage that could be done by divulging clandestine corporate communications is mind boggling. That’s why big business has also turned to TigerText for help to keep their maneuvers permanently private with no pesky paper or digital trail to worry about.