Oct. 1, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- According to a national study, 86% of Internet users have taken steps to obliterate or anonymize their digital footprints*. With the National Security Agency's (NSA) battle over Internet privacy, consumer and enterprise internet users are continuing to express concern over their online civil liberties.
-based business ISP vUnity announces an industry solution by launching new privacy standards, complete with anonymization of customers' IP addresses, and implementation of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) for each account.
"vUnity views a company's online footprint as a private, intellectual matter and does not release this information to third parties – be that a marketing firm or a government agency, etc. Our company has taken extensive measures to protect customers by publishing transparency reports and law enforcement compliances at
," states vUnity co-founder
. "Aside from being a violation of civil liberties, any release of information can potentially compromise a business's intellectual property and be used by competitors to gain an unfair advantage – vUnity does not endorse this and never will. We sign NDA's with our customers for that exact reason." As digital civil liberty issues continue to dominate headlines, more companies like vUnity continue to come forth and publicly announce their views on existing and pending privacy policies. vUnity's measures have set a new industry standard in privacy protection and can be found here:
About vUnity, Inc:
vUnity, Inc. is a high-speed business ISP with enterprise-grade capacity and a 99.999% reliability guarantee. Using revolutionary technology, vUnity solves the industry's most prevalent issues of reliability, speeds, pricing, and online privacy. vUnity is planning to bring business internet to a retail front in February of 2014.
September 5, 2013
Contact: Gal Ozery
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