Hotlines, while effective in some cases, require personal interaction between the reporter and the administrator, putting the reporters anonymity at risk; deterring them from creating a report from the get go. Additionally, there is no facility to transmit further multimedia-based evidence or to maintain an ongoing dialogue in order to gather additional information with the reporter or for the reporter to check in on the progress of the case.
Emailing reports does not lend itself to anonymous communication and is not secure or even remotely confidential. Reporters would have to go through the process of creating a fake/anonymous email in order to submit their report and even then, they would still leave loopholes or breadcrumbs such as IP address data and more. Additionally, any information received via email would need to be gathered, manually analysed, recorded and then stored, whereas with Xono, this process is entirely automated.
Much like email, reporters would have to go through the process of manually writing out and submitting their report, risking their identity in the process by way of handwriting, fingerprinting or simply by being seen when delivering their report. Additionally, this information received via post would also need to be gathered, manually analysed, recorded and then stored, whereas, as stated, with Xono, this process is entirely automated and entirely user-friendly.
By using Xono, you can ensure;
In direct contrast to the above mentioned outdated methods of reporting,
by using Xono's revolutionary safe & secure platform, users can be sure of the following concerns.
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