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How to Keep Your Sex Tapes Safe

You don’t need to be Hulk Hogan to know a leaked sex tape can really burden you in the long run. But now, there’s an app for that: Enter Rumuki, the iOS app hailed as prenup for sex tapes. This is a huge deal in the age of revenge porn; there are entire law firms dedicated to litigating cases where a disgruntled ex posts their significant other’s anatomy online, a move that can ruin careers and cause emotional distress for years to come.
 
The makers of Rumuki hope to eliminate revenge porn by creating a neutral ground—think of Rumuki as Switzerland—where both parties must be in agreement before a video can be viewed.
 
Here’s how it works: You and your partner download the app and link each others’ accounts. One of you films the video within the app (because tripods are so MTV Cribs Season 5), and the video is immediately encrypted and saved on each of your phones.
 
But neither of you can view the video unless you both provide consent, and users can set one-time viewing guidelines and expiration dates so videos will vanish before things go south. And if a couple breaks up while the video still exists, either party can delete the video from both phones. The app is free for a limited time, so you’ll want to act fast if you have a history of sexy sending.

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