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Boolean Tech Launches ShieldMe - A Pioneering Free Mobile Privacy Platform

Delivering an unmatched level of privacy and protection, Boolean Tech today announced the immediate availability of ShieldMe, a new, secure and free mobile privacy platform that allows users to connect with other people without ever giving up their phone number. The announcement signifies that executives in charge of website administration and development can implement the ShieldMe solution at no charge to their audiences and provide a feature that distinguishes the sites from the competition.

ShieldMe gains significance in today’s environment where the customers are demanding protection of their Privacy Rights and where many websites invade the privacy of consumers. ShieldMe empowers websites to become champions of “The Right to Privacy”.

ShieldMe can be used by websites that focus on classifieds, dating, retail, sales, real estate, investing/stocks, education, law, medicine and more. In addition, ShieldMe offers advanced features which, at a click of a button, allow users to set preferred contact times on when they can and cannot be reached, which is perfect if you are using a dating site, trying to buy or sell something on Craigslist or eBay, or don’t want your clients calling at off hours.

ShieldMe is the safest way for people to connect as it protects their personal information while giving them complete communication control. The platform is unique with no parallel in the industry as it uses a patent-protected algorithm to pair two individuals uniquely and securely, leaving no chance of intrusion by a third-party. It is 100 percent secure against tapping or hacking and can be added to any site with just a few lines of JavaScript code.

“Boolean Tech believes that the right to privacy is a fundamental right and our company wants to enable websites to offer its customers the same via ShieldMe,” said Gurtaj Singh Padda, Founder and CEO of Boolean Tech. “For anyone wanting to offer privacy and safety to their clients, ShieldMe is the best solution available. It is a great platform to add to any website as it can increase customer retention and help grow revenues.”

ShieldMe’s game-changing technology is extremely easy-to-integrate with a Seven-Day Guarantee that the platform can be up and running in less than a week. With ShieldMe, websites don’t need to rework their business processes as the platform integrates as a simple add on. It shields websites from counting minutes of incoming calls and out-going calls doing away with the need for a billing and reconciliation platform, offering a fixed fee for unlimited talk time and unlimited connections. In addition, website owners don’t have to worry about inter-operability as ShieldMe works with every phone, on any network (2G/3G/4G) and is completely untraceable.

Companies and websites interested in integrating the ShieldMe technology can request more information at [email protected]

Images of ShieldMe can be seen at http://goo.gl/v6e2Iw

About Boolean Tech

Boolean Tech Limited is a new, mobile privacy company dedicated to empowering individuals with the right to personal privacy and peace of mind. Based in Ireland with development centers in Singapore and Vietnam, Boolean Tech is the owner and operator of ShieldMe, a new, secure and free mobile privacy platform that allows users to connect with other people without ever giving up their phone number. Unique with no parallel in the industry, ShieldMe is all about "Mobile Privacy and Protection" – a private one-to-one connection within the shield of total privacy. It features a patent-protected algorithm to pair two individuals uniquely and securely, leaving no chance of intrusion by a third-party.

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