Private Internet 1.0
Online activities performed on the Dooth platform are private, encrypted, and secure.
Online activities on Dooth are private, are protected with five levels of security and most importantly Dooth has no ability to read your information, Quite frankly, we are not interested, it is not Dooth’s business to read and track it to make money. In fact, our business is exactly the opposite of that, we want to give our users the privacy so no one can read it, track it and profile you!
Dooth is a Sanskrit word that refers to a messenger, a historical and oriental profession in India that existed in the olden days to send and receive messages among kings and queens. The job of the messenger or the Dooth was to deliver a ‘SEALED’ message securely without compromising its security let alone read its contents. A Dooth had no business in the contents of the message. A Dooth’s sole responsibility was merely to deliver it. It worked like a charm! Messages were not subject to security breaches or invasions of privacy.
The Cost of Public Internet is your
Privacy and Profiling
Public Internet is just the modern and electronic manifestation of the ancient Dooth. The Internet should just take an email from a sender and deliver it to the recipient. Nothing more! Since the Internet is free, the obvious question is, who is paying for it? None of us want to pay for it. The fee to keep the public Internet running is your privacy and the profiling of your online activities for target marketing.
What is Dooth?
A private Internet platform that guards your online activities from prying eyes
Five levels of Security and Safeguard
Do You Conduct Your Private Business In Public?
Did you know– most of our online activities on the internet are more or less public! Social media platforms have been used for venting and inappropriate expressions, which weren’t quite meant that way, can be used against you. In addition, pictures and much more have caused various types of people heartache. Incidents such as teachers losing their job, CEO’s getting fired, students getting expelled from schools, increasing rates of divorce, and many other situations have resulted. It happens so often that one might wonder why people handle highly sensitive and private business on the Internet. Furthermore, your online searches are being tracked by search engines and websites you visit, and those searches communicate a lot about you! Pretty much, companies can gauge what you are up to and your interests! Freedom of expression gives the right to express, but it does not mean you can say anything anywhere. A lack of platform to separate between private and public online business is the underlying issue. Dooth is a private Internet platform that extends the public Internet to offer secure and private email, instant messages, online calendars, online task managers, and file shares. We are also developing a private wall-post, a private search engine, a private photo share, and many more features are in the making. Online activities on Dooth are private, protected with five levels of security, and most importantly, Dooth has no ability to read your information. Quite frankly, we are not interested; it is not our business to read and track it to make money! In fact, our business is exactly the opposite. We want to give our users the privacy so no one can read and track it. Can the public Internet be just a ‘Dooth’ (a mere online messenger) and leave my messages alone? Unfortunately it cannot! The public Internet will continue to function as it works today because of how consumers pursue it, and online businesses that dominate public Internet commercialize it. The solution to this problem is not to change the public Internet, but rather to extend it with a private Internet to protect and safeguard personal and sensitive information and to keep it separate from our public Internet activities. We keep what they do in private and inside their home separate from their public activities.
Private internet is becoming a bigger deal these days due to the amount of personal information that is shared. What you search, what you visit, what you talk about and more is constantly being shared without your awareness. That’s a little startling to think about but the fact is that many of us are not aware of it. For those who are, the demand for anonymous internet continues to grow and people want options.
Why is it crucial to separate Your Private Internet Activities
Your personal information is not sold to make money to pay for your free services.
The age of big data is frightening to a lot of people, in part because of the implicit promise that algorithms, sufficiently supplied with data,
Manners used to make a man, now they make a loan. Trolling or stalking someone online can crimp your chances of getting a personal loan,
Private internet is becoming a bigger deal these days due to the amount of personal information that is shared.
What you search, what you visit, what you talk about and more is constantly being shared without your awareness.
That’s a little startling to think about but the fact is that many of us are not aware of it.
For those who are, the demand for anonymous internet continues to grow and people want options.
Have you ever visited a site, either because you knew the site name directly or found it through a search engine?
Then have you noticed that a few days later an advertisement for that site is on another site you are visiting?
Doesn’t seem like a big deal but it shows you the kind of information you are leaving and why private internet is something you should look into.
Dooth’s anonymous internet platform is the ideal way to browse the web freely without having to worry about who is tracking you.
It’s a great way to protect your searches, visits and other online interaction and make sure you control your online presence.
Keeping your information private is something everyone can appreciate but as companies demand more data and info from their clients the need for security grows even higher.
Even sites that are free now require your personal information and this is a great way to make sure it stays secure.