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  • May 10th, 2014 @ 7:04am

    Internet Privacy

    As increasing infringements on our Email and online privacy rises, we see great demand for a solution. The threats against your personal Internet privacy is increasing everyday as "free" Email providers, hackers, NSA's PRISM program, and the amended US Patriot Act are just a few of a growing list that are compromising our freedoms. As we stand at a crossroads, it may appear hopeless to protect our God given rights to privacy but rest assured, there are real solutions to this serious problem!
    www.americansrighttoprivacy.com offers 100% guaranteed online privacy because our servers are located in Switzerland, a safe-haven for secure digital communications. As a law abiding citizen, you can be sure your digital data is safe from any agency, business, or anyone at all wanting to retrieve your information. Access to your online data communications by any authority requires an official warrant issued by a federal judge of Switzerland while most countries surrender your data without consent.
    To further protect your privacy, we delete the 'Received'-Header that contains the customers IP & All incoming emails are scanned for viruses and drop all infected emails.
    Our VPN service changes your IP address every 10 minutes and our DigitalSafe is a "Swiss Bank" for your data!
    Securing digital data, one computer at a time...
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  • Apr 21st, 2014 @ 5:12am

    Internet Privacy

    Americans Right to Privacy has solutions and I am anxious to share them with you. We offer secure, encrypted email, a Virtual Private Network (VPN) which secures your computer's internet connection, to guarantee that all of the data you're sending and receiving is encrypted and secured from prying eyes. Also a "Swiss Bank Account for your Data" Digital Safe! And we have rolled out Secure Swiss Web Hosting! Why secure your data in Switzerland? Because Switzerland is known for its strict data privacy laws, has no back door access to encryption for any government agency, not even Switzerland itself
    We offer a professional global email service solution for both personal and business use. PrivacyAbroad email service is free of advertising, SPAM and provides private communication with your emails saved and backed up in Switzerland, renowned for its strong data privacy protection laws. Email comes with 1 GB of expandable storage space.
    We also offer a personal email at a lower cost that also assures your privacy as well!
    If governments and "free" email providers can peek through your webcam, read your emails and look inside
    your computer, so can the criminals.
    There is data security, and then there is Swiss data security.
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  • Apr 6th, 2014 @ 4:17am

    Safe Passage to Snowden

    In regards to Edward Snowden, I have very mixed feelings. On one hand I understand that he was a compensated employee and part of his job was confidentiality. He also needed to keep confidential information just that: confidential for the bigger picture which is and remains National Security. That being said, I am glad that he "blew the whistle" on the overreach and unnecessary data collection that the NSA is doing every second of each and every day. George Orwell wasn't but 30 years off was he? For those of you interested in keeping your data private, wish to have secure e-mail and believe in your 4th Amendment Rights
    If governments and "free" email providers can peek through your webcam, read your emails and look inside
    your computer, so can the criminals.

    Solutions exist. Today, regaining your online Privacy means going Abroad...
    www.americansrighttoprivacy.com
    I will finish with this quote from former Senator Frank Church whom in 1975 stated.
    "The National Security Agency's capability at any time could be turned around on the American people, and no American would have any privacy left, such is the capability to monitor everything: telephone conversations, telegrams, it doesn't matter. There would be no place to hide. If a dictator ever took over, the N.S.A. could enable it to impose total tyranny, and there would be no way to fight back."

  • Mar 21st, 2014 @ 5:00am

    Jilted Lovers

    This is wrong on so many levels!!!
    •Computers collecting and analyzing Internet traffic is just as much "surveillance" as a person peeping through a window
    •Note that human rights law doesn't allow mass, untargeted spying on ordinary, innocent people;
    End mass spying now! Section 215 of the Patriot Act should not be used to collect every single Americans' calling records. And Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act shouldn't be used to "incidentally" or otherwise collect Americans' emails, phone calls, or chats. Protect the privacy rights of our digital communications.
    Securing digital data, one computer at a time...
    www.americansrighttoprivacy.com