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Censor your photos before you send them and dont get Weinerized

Editor's review Page 2 of 3

Published 25 Oct 2012

[cont'd] that's the erosion of privacy. Private ME is bucking the trend and was designed from the ground up to be intrinsically private in order to lower the barrier to privacy. The Private ME mirror does exactly what it says - it keeps one's private moments private. Through its innovative features like the front facing dual intensity light which makes Private ME work in any lighting condition (and even in complete darkness -but we wont go there.) The blackout bars which allow a user to edit a picture with a simple touch of a finger makes Private ME more useful and versatile than traditional mirrors or any other mirror or camera app. So you can now admire yourself in front of the mirror and take a picture where no one will recognize you after covering your face with a quick swipe of the censorship bar. Just a quick touch up to your photo will cover up the tattoo you don't want your mom to. Private ME will never accidentally save the pictures on the camera roll or share those private moments with the world...unless, of course, you are looking for notoriety amongst the TMZ folks.
 
Private ME is almost like a fail safe for the sexting generation. It saves your embarrassment when you have photos to send where you don't want to be recognized or you want to cover up a certain part of your body. It also has a three step photo send...