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The best just got better

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The Red Flag

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From the people who brought you Autonuke: software to warm your heart. Introducing Bidnessbot

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Disappearing Inc.

There are a number of potential problems that could come back to haunt you any time you decide to send an e-mail message.

The first. (unpleasant) A malicious somebody could decide to forward your message to the last person in the world you want reading it. Your wife/boss/competition might well find the details of your correspondence fascinating reading.

The second. (equally unpleasant) Your innocent little memo could end up as evidence to be used against you in a court of law. See: Microsoft/Evidence/Damaging.

San Francisco, California-based Disappearing Inc. has come up with an obvious if dramatic-sounding solution: e-mail which self-destructs shortly after having been opened.

This inexpensive software promises to be a hit with security conscious companies concerned with the confidentiality of internal documents.

Slow readers, on the other hand, may be in trouble.

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