Vulavu.com stops unintended sharing of private pictures sent over text and email.
Denver, CO (1888PressRelease) September 17, 2012 - Many people in the public eye have had their lives and careers destroyed in recent years by text messages and emails containing private pictures that get out to the public and quickly go viral on the Internet. Vulavu.com sets out to solve this problem by removing the picture from the receiver's phone. In short, Vulavu.com intercepts the picture, pulls it onto a secure Web site, watermarks and copyrights it, then immediately sends the recipient a link to the image.
This is all done at the speed of the Internet and in most cases is as fast as the original message. Additional features give the sender the ability to control the number of views as well as the period of time the recipient can view the picture. In cases of sender's remorse, access to pictures can immediately be revoked. The most important feature of this new service is the picture doesn't end up on the receiver's phone to be shared with his or her friends. And, it's completely free.
Depending on the pole or survey, 30 to 40 percent of young adults admit to sending private pictures via text and email. Vulavu.com prevents the unintended spreading of pictures in five ways.
1. Vulavu users have complete control over the period of time the receiver is allowed to view the picture and can immediately revoke access at any time.
2. The moment a picture is sent, it's immediately watermarked and copyrighted with VULAVU across the entire image before being sent to the receiver.
3. After the picture is viewed the image is immediately placed in the queue for secure deletion.
4. The receiver is required to accept the terms and conditions stating that copying, photographing, or screen capturing any image is in violation of copyright laws and prohibited.
5. All pictures are encrypted on the Vulavu Web site.
http://www.Vulavu.com has the single purpose of protecting its users by adding an extra sense of security and comfort while expressing themselves through email and text picture messaging.
If you would like more information about this topic or to schedule an interview please contact Chris B. Hewatt at media(at)vulavu(dot)com. Vulavu.com is wholly owned by Golden Leaf Sites.