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Mission statement

What We Stand For:

At ShazzleMail we believe that privacy is an essential prerequisite for civil liberties and human rights. No one should be snooping around on your private thoughts and no big business should profit off data mining your communications. Privacy is not about having something to hide, it’s about the right to control what you want to share and what you want to keep to yourself. Privacy is your fundamental human right, enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Help us push back and fight for it!

The Company:

ShazzleMail is based in Scottsdale, AZ. A limited liability company, it was founded in 2006 by serial entrepreneur and poet Clifford Boyle.

We Need Your Help:

We have created a patented private email application to help you fight back against government spies and big business data miners. It is free because privacy should not have a price. Your communications become private when you use ShazzleMail. Your LIFE becomes private when those who send to you also use ShazzleMail. Please invite them today. Join the growing movement of those who are mad as hell and are not going to take it anymore!

Ask your friends to join our anti spying movement today, so that together we can shut down the snoops and spies.

Please, join us today to protect privacy for all!

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Privacy is your Fundamental Human Right.

Our Daily Blog
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Closely watched California Internet privacy bill dies in final minutes of legislative session
September 18, 2017

California lawmakers on Saturday shelved a bill that would have required Internet service providers ...

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Senator Franken asks Apple for privacy guarantees around Face ID data
September 15, 2017

A friendly letter from Senator Al Franken (D-MN) to Apple requests that the latter provide a few m...

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Spain slaps Facebook with €1.2 million fine for breaking privacy laws
September 12, 2017

Spain’s data protection watchdog has fined Facebook €1.2 million euros (roughly $1.44 million), ...

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Uber to end post-trip tracking of riders as part of privacy push
August 31, 2017

Uber Technologies Inc. is pulling a heavily criticized feature from its app that allowed it to track...

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What happens to Aadhaar, Section 377?
August 25, 2017

NEW DELHI: A nine-judge Supreme Court bench unanimously ruled on Thursday that privacy is a fundamen...

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