STOCKHOLM, March 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The brand new Web service PlainBoards.com offers a unique kind of privacy-minded forum service for businesses, groups and individuals for free. Available in an increasing number of languages, its main features include real anonymity, no requirement to register and log in to an account, and a very simple, logical and pleasant user interface.
As its founder states in its description, "In a world full of companies of all sizes and individuals who have absolutely no respect whatsoever for your privacy, we take it extremely seriously, because somebody has to."
The intention is for virtually any business, group or individual currently using services such as Facebook or Twitter to communicate with their customers and other people, to adopt and try out their own no-nonsense forum with PlainBoards. Whoever claims a board owns it and has full control of every post published as they are all pre-moderated in a thought-through management system. Users of any board can easily navigate between their favorite boards and even watch interesting threads "globally," across multiple boards. The service combines the concept of isolated communities with a unified account system (for those who wish to use it), resulting in something with unmatched inherent safety measures for everyone involved.
The boards can be created by anyone with their own special rules, with very liberal global guidelines dictating few restrictions on the kind of discussions that may take place, while at the same time having the most strict rules on the Internet when it comes to privacy and harassments of individuals. This service may be used by everything from big companies wishing to get honest feedback and thoughts on new ideas, to small special-interest groups or projects where knowing everyone's identity does not matter. Which is usually the case.
The service is also available in a secure, encrypted version. At PlainBoards, safety and privacy truly are cornerstones rather than hollow marketing gimmicks added on top. The aim is for the service to be regarded as the standard for anonymous and clean discussions among Internet citizens in the same manner as Wikipedia is heavily relied on for encyclopedic articles.
The site can be found at: http://plainboards.com
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