Rumuki is an app that facilitates the safe-keeping of videos between two different devices, dubbed "peer-to-peer digital rights management."
BroadlyPhoto by Lisa Madovich via Stocksy Thanks very much to the insidious rise of revenge porn, filming sex in the confines of our own homes has become laced with apprehension for many. Having something so personal made so public, with all control withheld, is the stuff of nightmares.
CNNMoneyRumuki (Japanese for "room key") wants to protect people from "revenge porn" by requiring explicit permission to film, and view, intimate sexual experiences. The appis the creation of 24-year-old software engineer Nathan Kot, who refers to it as a digital rights management tool -- for sex tapes.
Men's HealthHere's how it works: You and your partner download the app and link each others' accounts. One of you films the video within the app (because tripods are so MTV Cribs Season 5), and the video is immediately encrypted and saved on each of your phones.
The Next WebFew things can heat up your love-making sessions as much as getting into homemade videos. However, while some have made careers out of it, having your sex tapes leaked to the internet is simply plain embarrassing and nerve-racking. But fret no more: There's an app that will keep your raunchy homemade clips safe.