What if I told you that a self-destructing message would be delivered to you in this very moment? Would it make any sense?
All your communication is on the internet, and when you send a private note message to someone, it’s stored on their devices and servers too. The implications of this are enormous. It’s not just about private information being accessed by others; it’s about so many other things. And we all know what can happen when sensitive information leaks out, yet no one is taking responsibility for the repercussions of this situation – until now.
Utilizing The Internet
The internet is a revolutionary invention that has revolutionized our lives tremendously. It’s made it possible to communicate with so many people all over the world, and it’s also given us access to so much information. And now, with communication being on the internet in general, as well as on your own device and/or computer, you have no idea what could be happening in all those other places with all that information stored by these servers.
The Main Issue
Every time you make communication available online, you have no idea where the information will be stored and who will have access to it. The government is always trying to get at the information on servers (that’s why they want backdoors), and it’s why there are often these data hacks that make us so vulnerable. It’s also why we should all care about encryption as a solution for this problem that we face in the internet age.
The Solution: Self-Destructing Messages
The best solution for our online communication problems is to have self-destructing messages. This way, all the information will be deleted as soon as there’s no longer a need for it. And of course, this isn’t only about sensitive information and government surveillance – it’s about so many other things too. For example, you wouldn’t want your children or grandchildren seeing photos or videos that you sent to someone else, and now your privacy is violated by unintentionally revealing certain things to them. It’s also about written messages that you don’t want to be passed on to others even though you want them to see it at some point.
New Apps For Self-Destructing Messages
A number of different applications and services are now present in the app markets, and they’re used for self-destructing messages. They eliminate the possibility of keeping information stored on your devices and the servers they pass through, so there isn’t any potential risk that this information will be accessed by others.