SpyShelter for Non-profit Organizations program

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by ichito, Apr 15, 2016.

  1. ichito

    ichito Registered Member

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    "Posted on April 12, 2016
    Today we officially launched a special SpyShelter for Non-profit Organizations program.

    We have the utmost respect for people who dedicate their time to make the World a better place. We always supplied licenses for Non-Profit organizations who reached out to us, but we felt like we could do more than that.

    This is why today we created a special page where Non-profit Organizations can reach out to us to receive the license keys.

    SpyShelter For Non-Profit Organizations program is for official not-for-profit organizations and charities which:
    -Are non-government
    -Are non-academic
    -Are non-commercial in nature
    -Have no religious affiliations.

    Non-profit Organizations interested in obtaining SpyShelter Premium or SpyShelter Firewall licenses can do so by simply filling out the special form available at
    https://www.spyshelter.com/nonprofit/ "
     
  2. Tarantula

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    Except they don't make the world a better place. Soros funded most of the "color" revolutions around the world. He's also funding the refugees swarming Europe. Other NGOs like "Human Rights Watch" publish biased and inaccurate reports influenced by United States government policy. So much for the "better world". Sure there are good people doing good things, but nowadays they are so few that you can hardly meet them in real life.

    /rant off
     
  3. ichito

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    How is it connected with the project of Datpol? o_O
     
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    My reaction after reading this post: ~ Removed Image Link as per Policy ~

    I really hope that you are just trolling

    Tarantula, many software publishers runs some sort of charity program for organizations who can't afford software, like for example, animal sanctuaries
     
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