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Self-Destructing Video Email Introduced by BigString Corporation


Friday, January 12, 2007; 06:27 AM

BigString Corporation announced the beta release of video email that can be programmed to self-destruct after a specific number of viewings or a set time.

This self-destructing feature allows individuals and companies to maintain control of their intellectual property, stated Darin Myman, President and CEO of BigString Corporation. For individuals it can prevent the forwarding of personal videos that can become embarrassing fodder for the Internet. Entertainment companies and musicians can now send a once-viewable video of a performance or song. Videos that are time sensitive can be set to self-destruct at a specific time or day.

Using the free BigString Email Service, five-minute video emails can be easily uploaded directly from a video camera or computer without having to use downloads or plug-ins. Users can register for a free account at BigString.com.

BigString Corporation, owner and operator of BigString.com, is a provider of user-controllable email services. In addition to permitting users to send recallable, erasable and self-destructing emails, BigStrings patent-pending technology allows emails and pictures to be rendered non-printable or non-savable. This can be done before or after the recipient reads it, no matter what Internet service provider is being used.

BigString Interactive, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of BigString Corporation, operates an interactive entertainment portal that contains live streaming audio and video programming that can be controlled by the Internet audience.



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