New website could offer with fewer privacy concerns
By Summit Voice
SUMMIT COUNTY — As the controversy over‘s new tagging feature grows, an Eagle-based software developer thinks he might have an answer for people who want to control the privacy of their online social networks.
Paul Kulas, a 20-year veteran of computer programming and software design, says online communications should be moving toward more privacy, not less. That’s why he’s putting blood, sweat and tears into developing zeldaB. Designed from the ground up to protect our privacy, the new website allows users to share thoughts, information, photos and video without the “gotcha” that comes automatically with other online communities. Watch a short video interview with Kulas here.