Facebook is Going Out of Business: we will see to it

Press Release

A former single mom introduces her new privacy strong site, as she takes aim at Facebook.

"I'm sending Mark Zuckerberg to his room and grounding Facebook for life!" -- UmeNow chief and first time entrepreneur mom exclaims.

"To put Facebook out of business all that's needed is a product that allows people to do what they love to do already without the ads, privacy violations and lack of control. We've done exactly that," says Evelyn Castillo-Bach, Founder and President of UmeNow.

"Nobody really 'likes' Facebook. They use it because they think it's the only game in town. That's changed. Facebook is on its way out. We will see to it," the company predicts.

As part of its "Facebook Is Trash, National Privacy Celebration," is proud to welcome everyone to its new service.

Evelyn Castillo-Bach earned her M.S. in 1993 from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She has traveled extensively in Ethiopia and in the Balkans, accompanying her Danish husband who is a lawyer. UmeNow went into Silent Launch in July 2011. The company was formally established in May 2010.


Evelyn Castillo-Bach is the founder of
UmeNow is a private social network. No ads. No data mining. No tracking.
We are a private alternative to Facebook and Google.

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