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									First Free Website Privacy Testing Service Announces Public Beta Launch

PrivacyTest.com is now open for public beta testing and feedback. Additional features and user
interface updates are being rolled-out over the next 90 days.

Los Angeles, CA, June 21, 2012 --(PR.com)-- PrivacyTest.com is a website tracking and privacy testing
service designed to be used by the average non-technical internet user concerned with his or her privacy
or online tracking. PrivacyTest.com allows internet users to anonymously test websites for web beacons,
and other tracking mechanisms simply and securely.

Creator Rand Wilson wanted to build a simple, anonymous, free way for unsophisticated internet users to
anonymously test a website without having to learn how to read web-server headers, HTML code or
install special software or web-browser plugins. "We had two design goals for PrivacyTest.com. It had to
be simple and it had to be free," stated Wilson. "I thought, if my wife or parents could use the website and
understand it, then it's a success."

PrivacyTest.com is now open for public beta testing and feedback and has already performed over 1,000
website privacy tests. Additional features and user interface updates are planned for rollout over the next
90 days.




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PrivacyTest.com
Rand Wilson
909-475-7877
Contact via Email
www.privacytest.com


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