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As far as I’m concerned, there are two tales that are as old as time: Beauty and the Beast, and fraternities getting kicked off campus due to their private information leaking onto the internet. While both stories relate to our lives – shoutout to that hard 9 who was still willing to go home with me even though she watched me fill up an entire pitcher with puke at the bar – the latter is completely and 100 percent preventable.
Let me guess. Right now, you and your brothers probably think the information in your GroupMe, Listserv, and Facebook group is secure, eh? Airtight? No private eyes are watching you, watching your every move? Well, let me tell you that you’re wrong, wrong, wrong. Incorrect. Do not pass go, do not collect $200. That information is actually saved on servers that can be accessed by multiple different groups – sometimes including your university.
We here at TFM believe in freedom of speech and the right to privacy. If you and your brothers want to talk about the liquid, which may or may not be hot sauce, that you may or may not funnel into the nostrils of a group of individuals who may or may not be pledges, that’s your business and your business alone. You’re a free American, and thusly are entitled to discuss what you want, when you want, where you want. While the “what” and “when” are easy, the “where” may seem hard to come by. With all these servers out there scooping up your information, who can you turn to to keep all your data off the open web and under wraps?
You’re in luck — your “where” exists, and it’s called Cyber Dust.
With Cyber Dust, you don’t ever have to worry about that text you allegedly sent being seen by anybody you don’t want to see it. You know the one I’m talking about, right? The one about whether or not it is okay to host a midget stripper jello wrestling tournament in that party bus you rented for formal? Yeah, that’s just gonna be seen by you and your boys. No harm, no foul. After it’s sent and read, it gets wiped off the face of the earth. Nothing is ever recorded in the annals of history. It’s like you’re a ghost; an American ninja.
Not to mention downloading Cyber Dust comes with some added perks. Remember RUSH BOOBS, the legendary series that y’all keep telling us in the comments section we need to bring back? Well, it’s been back for a while now – you just haven’t seen it because you aren’t on Cyber Dust yet. That’s right – every Wednesday we sent 20 RUSH BOOBS photos out on Cyber Dust. Download the app and check us out +TotalFratMove to see the latest batch of rush tatas later today.
If all that information doesn’t make you go download Cyber Dust immediately, you clearly don’t have your fraternity’s best interests in mind. Stay off the servers. Get on Cyber Dust.
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