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LifestylePrivacy.com Offers Free Trial for Its Privacy Protection Service


A simple exchange of emails binds the people involved to a powerful legal agreement designed to stop "outing" in its tracks.

Naples, FL, March 10, 2016 --(PR.com)-- LifestylePrivacy.com announced its six-month free trial for new subscribers to its privacy protection service. The usual fee is $12 per year.

The service is designed to buttress trust between people in intimate relationships.

Millions of Americans are dating, as they always have, but more are using the Internet to get started. And it's not unusual for a lot of intimate information to be exchanged during a dating relationship. Even sexy photos.

And sadly, sometimes that information -- emails, photos or videos -- ends up in social media, through negligence or spite. And that can cause great difficulty for the person who objects to that.

But Douglas Wilson, a Florida attorney whose clients include many people and groups who have had difficulties with such disclosures, saw a solution.

Wilson's solution was to create a privacy agreement which provides stiff penalties if a party to it discloses intimate information to anyone.

After using it successfully with his clients for years, he realized he could make it available in the medium where most of the trouble occurs, the Internet. So he created the LifestylePrivacy.com website.

"The nice part of it is that the agreement is enforced in a completely private arbitration, which becomes a bare legal judgment for money. Nobody has to go into a public courtroom to tell what private things were wrongly disclosed," he said.

The agreement is similar to a prenuptial agreement, in that at least one party to the relationship feels the need for protection. But Wilson encourages people to think of it as a simple courtesy which builds trust.

Subscribers to the online agreement pay $12 a year for the ability to verify through LifestylePrivacy.com's website to other people that they are in fact bound by the privacy agreement. When those other people verify back, both sides are protected.

New subscribers can get the 6-month free trial by using the promo code WELCOME when subscribing.
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