E-mails that Destroy Themselves



More than 200 billion emails are sent across the planet every day, and the primary concern of every user is how safe it is.  

Is it possible to have a secure e-mail?

Earlier attempts reaped only limited success.

Now, a NewYork based company Confidential CC has created an Android and iOS app to keep e-mails private.

It features e-mails that destroy themselves once viewed.  Encrypted emails can be seen only once.  They cannot be forwarded or printed.

Rachel Tigges,  co-founder gave the BBC’s Richard Taylora demo of the service.

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