TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: Mesages That Go 'Poof' After Sending Them

Re: Mesages That Go 'Poof' After Sending Them

Barry Margolin (
Wed, 27 Sep 2006 00:17:36 -0400

In article <>, Mr Joseph Singer
<> wrote:

> Mon, 25 Sep 2006 14:22:33 -0500 Brian Bergstein, AP
> <> wrote:

> By BRIAN BERGSTEIN, AP Technology Writer

>> A hallmark of "Mission: Impossible" was the message that would
>> self-destruct after a spy played it. Now a startup communications
>> company promises that same level of secrecy with a Web-based messaging
>> system designed to leave no traces.

> Perfect! This is what spammers have prayed for!

Did you actually read the rest of the article? It's a chat system that
doesn't record the conversation, not an email mechanism.

Barry Margolin,
Arlington, MA
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