Some users of the web and social networking service’s today can be compared with the early immigrants of the 1900s that came to America in hopes of finding the American Dream, often times only to be misled by: opportunist, gangs, and tyrants hoping to capitalize on the ignorance of those poor people. “I’m very concerned people just don’t understand the serious issues surrounding the industry today, it’s like the cattle being led out to slaughter” says Carlson Yamamoto, the Founder and C.O.B. of OnlyMeWorld.com.
When asked the questions below, Carlson responded:
Facebook and many so called alternative sites today claim their privacy settings protect their users information, why do you disagree?
Privacy settings only protect your information from what you want other users to see on that site, but doesn’t stop your information from being data mined and sold to companies. Privacy settings don’t prevent hackers from stealing your information.
Facebook controls your information, some so called alternative sites today are claiming that their users control their own information, what is the difference?
On the surface it would seem that having control over your information is ideal, but today with the advancements in data mining technology, all a site needs to know is your IP address. Regardless of whether you own your information, or a site controls your information, any site or computer can be hacked.
How does tracking(cookie)
Tracking, may be used to track internet users' web browsing habits. This can also be done in part by using the IP address of the computer requesting the page. Facial recognition, is a computer application for automatically identifying or verifying a person from a digital image. Data mining, is a process of analyzing data from different sources and summarizing it into useful information. If used in a positive way, it could help law enforcement agencies throughout the world combat crime, and perhaps even help to promote socioeconomic equality. If used in a negative way, there will only be the haves and have nots, the rich and the poor, all automatically profiled according to individual demographics.
“Today there isn’t a site around that can’t be hacked. Because of this we believe if we don’t have a persons real name, email address, and other information cyber criminals need to further their criminal activities, our users are able to social network again with peace of mind, confidently and effectively,”
About OnlyMeWorld is a Limited Liability Corporation situated in the State of Hawaii, on the island of Oahu. It was formed on February 2011. OnlyMeWorld is a social networking service that provides its users a platform similar in function to Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Linkedin yet differs in it’s approach to users: privacy, anonymity, information, and cyber crime by not asking for the following:
No Real Names Required (Pseudonyms Allowed)
No Email Address Required
No Data Mining
No Facial Recognition
No Spam/Cyber Bullying Allowed (Notification Button On Each Profile)
Is OnlyMeWorld the only safe alternative to Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Linkedin?
OnlyMeWorld - C.O.B.
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We have and are continuously working on creating a social networking platform & site, designed "For" & "By" you, as we always appreciate and listen carefully to every one of your suggestions, opinions, and feed back.
We have absolutely no delusions that we will ever become a replacement for Facebook, Google+, and many other social networking sites now or in the future. One thing is for certain, we have and will continue to be the safest alternative to any social networking site for those who value their "Privacy", "Anonymity", and protection from "Cyber Crime".
OnlyMeWorld offers a social networking platform similar in function to Facebook, Google+, Linkedin, and Twitter, yet differs in its approach to Privacy Rights, Anonymity, and Protection from Cyber Crime. At OnlyMeWorld, people are able to participate with absolute privacy and anonymity. OnlyMeWorld requires no real names or email addresses. We use no web tracking, no facial recognition software, and no data mining.