Self-Destructing Emails

#Privacy

Wed, Oct 23rd, 2013 12:00 by capnasty NEWS

Fade.li provides plugins for Chrome and Firefox that allows you to send emails that then simply disappear after they've been read.

Fade.li is a cool new service that makes your emails disappear as you're reading them!

This technology is straight from Hollywood Spy Thrillers and works with all kinds of email services.

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