Neone offers safe online sharing managed by you

Neone recently unveiled its answer to our online security woes: a 6-by-3.5 inch white cylinder that lets users create their own private social networks.

Available this summer to Kickstarter supporters, the Neobase creates an encrypted private network for safe sharing among contacts, meaning “nothing gets stored or passes through any website, service, cloud or organization – including [Neone’s].”

In a press release, Neone founder and CEO Dave Glassco cited a Pew Research Center study which found that 91 percent of U.S. adults surveyed feel they’ve lost control over the ways in which their personal data is shared and stockpiled. He explained that, because Neobase allows users to protect their info from all parties but those selected per post, users can be “absolutely sure” of who sees their content—a vital concern online:

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