The Bloomberg report continues that many among the country’s growing youth population rely on technology to bypass social restrictions. RIM’s BlackBerry messenger service were one of the most popular means, and posting access codes that let users chat with one another on rear car windows and Internet group pages is a common flirting technique.
As a response, Opolis Secure Mail (http://www.opolis.eu) starts an initiative on Twitter and Facebook to support secure flirting of boys and girls in the Middle East. Opolis users communicate entirely safe via encrypted emails on servers in Western Europe, and for free!
With Opolis all messages and attached documents are securely sender-to-recipient encrypted and can therefore not be read by anyone else. The sender can monitor and follow the entire path of a message. Hence, the sender sees immediately if and when the recipient has opened the mail and the attached document.
The sender decides whether the recipient may copy, print, respond to or forward a message or not. Therefore any message is optimally protected (and – for young couples important – can only be forwarded if one party allows to do so).
Finally, there is an attachment size limit of 125MB (way more than the usual 10-15MB with standard email) which should easily meet current demands (for example to send pictures or short videos)
Opolis is for free and merely requires that both, the sender and the recipient are Opolis users. The registration process takes approximately 5 minutes.
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