TigerText allows text-message senders to set a time limit from one minute to 30 days after which the text disappears from the company’s servers on which it is stored and therefore from the senders’ and recipients’ phones. (The founder of TigerText, Jeffrey Evans, has said he chose the name before the scandal involving Tiger Woods’s supposed texts to a mistress.)
via The Web Means the End of Forgetting – NYTimes.com.
Got sent this from a former colleague. Great article on how technology is changing the way we view privacy, reputation and the First Amendment. Plus a great shout-out for more discreet texting. =)
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