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Why privacy-focused social network is the future. Dream of private-first will come true in 2020

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“All human beings have three lives: public, private and secret”

And nobody wants to make their private life public. Sharing one’s personal life with others will no longer leave it personal. Today we already see that private messaging, ephemeral stories, and small groups are by far the fastest growing areas of online communication. There are a number of reasons for this. Many people prefer the intimacy of communicating one-on-one or with just a few friends. People are more cautious of having a permanent record of what they've shared. Public social networks will continue to be very important in people's lives for connecting with everyone you know, discovering new people, ideas and content but the need of the hour is to build a privacy-focused social network. 


Every day we hear of cyber crimes in one form or the other. It is taking the lead among all the crimes. Every 39 seconds one computer is being hacked which leads to information theft, malware injection, and other cyber crimes such as ransomware, DDOS attacks, etc. All these take place because of neglecting privacy issues. If all the privacy measures are taken and encryption of data is done then such attacks can be prevented on a large scale.


Intact is such a platform which is transparent and threat-free. There will be no privacy-related issues. Intact is privacy-focused messaging and social networking platform. It promotes private interactions. Users have control over who can communicate with them and the confidence that no one else can access what they share. It provides end-to-end encryption which does not let any people, not even us, to see what they share. Any sensitive data is not leaked. All the users are authenticated and no fake ID is encouraged. There will be no privacy scandals. 


So, the future of the internet will be privacy-focused social network and communications and Intact will be the first one to implement this.

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