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Saturday 2 August 2014
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Category: Sgrouples Press

Free Screening of "Terms and Conditions May Apply"

Sgrouples Advisory Board Member, Cullen Hoback, in partnership with Demand Progress, is offering a free screening on Sunday November 17th,...

Sgrouples Introduces Private Web Search

When it comes to web browsing, there are few things worse than being bombarded with targeted advertisements, especially for all your...

Sgrouples CEO Meets with Silent Circle and LavaBit CEOs

Sgrouples CEO Mark Weinstein attended the 4th annual Privacy Identity Innovation Conference (PII2013) in Seattle last week, to visit with...

Social Media News, Week of 9/19: Sgrouples Launches DropBox-Like "My Cloud Storage"

Sgrouples has launched its new “My Cloud Storage” feature to accommodate all your data. The service acts as a...

Social Media News, Week of 8/19: Mark Weinstein Talks Google Privacy Issues with Pamela McCall on C-FAX 1070

In the midst of Google’s recent statement that Gmail users should have no reasonable expectation that their communications across...

Social Media News, Week of 7/29: Sgrouples CEO Featured in Huffington Post, Three Radio Broadcasts

  This past week, Sgrouples CEO Mark Weinstein was featured on the front page of the Huffington Post for his article “Facebook...

Sgrouples Supports Director Cullen Hoback’s New Documentary “Terms and Conditions May Apply"

A new documentary entitled Terms and Conditions May Apply explores the loss of Internet privacy and what can be done about it while taking...

Social Media News, Week of 7/15: Sgrouples Featured in Silicon Valley Business Journal

Preeti Upadhyaya of the Silicon Valley Business Journal spotlighted our awesome private social network in her July 11 article entitled...

Sgrouples Launches New Member Search Feature

Sgrouples, the world’s forward-thinking private social network, today announces its new Member Search feature, allowing its users to...

Sgrouples in FORBES: Sgrouples is the Next Generation

People are always looking for the “next big thing,” and we’ve always thought it was Sgrouples. Now Forbes thinks so, too!...