Is the FBI Reading Your Emails?

If the thought of it makes you weak in the knees, it should. Is it possible that the Federal Bureau of Investigation along with its sidekick the National Security Agency (NSA) is snooping around in your emails to see what you’re up to? If your email client is Yahoo, then the answer is a resounding YES.


Yahoo caved to the U.S. government

When the big kahuna came knocking at Yahoo’s door and demanded that they grant them the authority to scan all of Yahoo’s emails, Yahoo said okay sure, no problem. Yahoo then proceeded to secretly (as in, Yahoo email users didn’t know about it) build a custom software to search all of its customers’ incoming emails. Yikes!

Have all of your hobbying secrets been revealed?

Apparently, Yahoo’s software uses selectors that have the capability to zero in on specific information, keywords or key phrases within emails. According to former government officials and surveillance experts, this is not the first time something like this has happened with U.S. phone and internet companies. But it is the first time that a software or wiretap, if you will, was built to surveille such a broad collection of real time web data. Are you a Yahoo user who has contacted City Girls’ Call Center to book an appointment with any of our lovely independent escorts? The thought is chilling…


So….what are other email providers up to these days?

If former Yahoo employees leaked this troubling information, what will Google and Microsoft do when the NSA comes nipping at their heels? Of course, they say they’d never do that – expose all of our personal information that is contained in our emails. Who knows? At the behest of the U.S. government, anything’s possible.

The Fourth Amendment Right to Privacy says, NO WAY

The implications of the invasion of privacy are alarming. I think we all agree that U.S. intelligence is acting in the name of terrorism. But still. The act of Yahoo divulging millions of private emails tells us that no internet communication is private, the reader’s email included.


What City Girls has done to ensure your privacy

You can take comfort knowing that we tech gurus behind the scenes implemented a system back in 2013 to ensure safety and privacy of your messages when contacting Call Center. Our system safeguards your correspondence ensuring that no trace of it remains in your inbox, trash or even on Yahoo servers (where Yahoo keeps all of your deleted messages as required by law). Here’s how it works:

When you receive email correspondence from Support, you get an email with just a link in it. Only if you click on that link and visit the page can you read the message. That same message is secured by an autodestruction feature which renders the links found in the history of your emails inaccessible after destruction. Heavy sigh on the part of the reader!


As always, City Girls has got your covered

In light of the Yahoo email scandal, we think it fair to mention that communicating with City Girls is a rather invisible action, a fortress of guaranteed safety. We have taken privacy and discretion to a whole new level virtually unknown in the hobbying world. When you couple that with inexplicably gorgeous independent escorts who regularly blow the minds of our VIP members, why go anywhere else?

2 thoughts on “Is the FBI Reading Your Emails?”

  1. So another question on similar privacy aspects… What else does CG do to protect our identity and keep the anonymity for the clients?

    1. I might lightly talk in other articles, about some other topics, on what else we do “to protect members privacy”. This ticket system is just little peace of an iceberg. And I can tell you, that before any little script is coded for our project, it goes through my moderation, and when i need to make a decision on either this will be : 1 – user-friendly and very profitable, or 2 – a little complicated but safe, and less profitable, i will always go with the second option. The quieter you go, the further you’ll get. I will never let any of the private info to get processed through some 3rd party service or program. For example a lot of agencies use publict scripts like WordPress, or forum scripts to run their escort agency website(they receive their clients private info through the online form, and dont even think of installing 49$ per year SSL certificate on it). These public scripts are very vulnerable and beeing exploited every day. Every script in our system is either written from the scratch, or some scripts has been reverse-engineered and implemented in our system.

      Only this blog runs on 3rd party coded script WordPress, just because here nothing important is saved besides articles.

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