Enjoy social networking. Keep your privacy.
You want to share personal information with your friends, not the world. Why are you using a public website?
Masques runs on your computer. All of your media stays on your computer, not some corporation’s server. When you want to share, your files and messages are sent directly from your computer to your friend’s computer, securely and privately. Masques uses I2P, or the “invisible internet,” to transfer your information directly to your friends without ever sending anything to a centralized server.
With Masques, you can be sure your personal information, and entire social network, is safe from digital thieves, data mining companies, and intrusive government surveillance.
You can learn more about Masques on our website: Find Masques
We also have a general Google group: Masques Social Network
And, a development Google group: Masques Social Network Development
Copyright © 2012 Matthew Courtney
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