Texts are neither secure nor private

Secure, private text – it’s neither secure or private. Discuss…

The big “text” lie (#1) that no secure-touting, HIPAA-loving, privacy-violating text vendor is talking about – is that the more you share your mobile phone number (which you are – with text – every time) the more your text box of the future will look like your email inbox of today – hundreds of senders, spammers and solicitors.

And there you are – filtering through the masses, managing the permissions of all, sorting the good from the bad.

Helpful? Progressive? Futuristic? I think not. Get Red e now – Ask us how! (Thank you Jenny Craig)

In future posts, look for big text lie #2! (Hint – rhymes with “supporting”)

Jonathan Erwin
Founder and CEO

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