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Atty987

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Is there a website where I can download a photo or spreadsheet that when I provide a 'special code', someone else to view for a specified amount of time designated by me and they can't copy/download/screen capture/etc anything, only view? I hope this makes sense.

I have some IP that I want to discuss with someone, but I'd prefer not to provide the photos and financials directly.

If you know of a site, preferably free, please let me know. Thank you in advance.
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Troy

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Send it to them on one of those self-destructing computers, you know like the one in "The Incredibles".

Seriousy I don't know anything about it, however you might want to speak with a lawyer and have a legal confidentiality agreement drawn up.
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I don't exactly know a solution. But try this site : https://privnote.com/
There you can create free notes in which you can write anything, send it to a friend and once read, it will be self-destructed. So make sure you yourself do not open the note after its made.
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