There is a giant gap in the market for privacy that’s waiting to be filled.
Recent news of Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence’s private photos being circulated online have created reams of news print and a frenzy on social media. It’s also led to more than a few searches for the said photos. The events have triggered an FBI an investigation into identity of the person(s) involved in the leak, while tech-giant Apple has been forced into swift action by announcing additional safety features to iCloud in a bid to protect users’ privacy. But while social commentators have debated on whether media outlets should publicize the content from such leaks, these debates fail to an address an even more pressing concern. Continue reading