Scrambls Social Media Encrypter Keeps Posts Confidental

By: Sarah Moore - Published: May 2, 2012 • References: scrambls and wallblog
With the Scrambls social media encrypter, one no longer has to worry about having all of those embarrassing, late-night, half-in-the-bag posts and tweets seen by employers or nosy mothers.

When social media first launched, it was intended to allow open communication between friends in a manner that mimicked real life interaction. However, once it became popular for everyone to post their lives online, maintaining one's privacy and censoring an online presence became imperative.

With this media service, the content posted online truly can be filtered and those that read it can be controlled. By turning posts and tweets into a jumble of symbols and codes, the user's core following won't be able to understand a lick of the content unless the user specifically allows them too by selecting them to see the message in normal text.