Social Networks have turned all of us into content publishers by making publishing possible at the click of a single button. In most cases our digital posts live for ever on and we have no effective way to manage their life cycle.
As an example, users of Social Networks (like Facebook) share photos in a certain context and with a certain audience in mind. But with the sheer volumes of photos being shared and evolving relationships between people- both the context and intended audience is muddled. Privacy therefore becomes obscure- helped in part by the complex and ever changing privacy policies of Social Networks.
Enter Secret.li. – A platform that puts privacy control back in the hands of the user – with the user being able to choose who can see their posts and for how long.
It addresses the imbalance between publishing which is so easy and privacy which is so obscure.