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A Method and System for Enabling a Twin Talk Mechanism in a Chat Application

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000241883D
Publication Date: 2015-Jun-05
Document File: 3 page(s) / 148K

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Nadav Golbandi: INVENTOR

Abstract

The method and system for enabling a twin talk mechanism in a chat application. The twin talk mechanism allows users to communicate using a secret language. A sender can select a secret code to associate the secret code with a message and the coded message is sent to one or more recipients.

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A Method and System for Enabling a Twin Talk Mechanism in a Chat Application

Abstract

The method and system for enabling a twin talk mechanism in a chat application.  The twin talk mechanism allows users to communicate using a secret language.  A sender can select a secret code to associate the secret code with a message and the coded message is sent to one or more recipients.

Description

Disclosed is a method and system for enabling a twin talk mechanism in a chat application.  The twin talk mechanism allows users to communicate using a secret language.  The method and system utilizes a set of secret codes approved by the users.  A sender can select a secret code to be associated with a message and the coded message is sent to one or more recipients.  The message can be a text message or a voice message.  The secret code can be a secret language which is supported by the chat application.

In an implementation, the method and system can be integrated on client-side to enable a user to choose a secret code to be used for the interaction with a specific contact.  Once the secret code is defined for a contact by the user, the chat application associates the secret code with each message to the contact.  The coded message is displayed to the recipient and the sender in a coded version.  Further, the recipient is provided with an option to translate the message to the original form.  For authenticating the coded message, any existing authentication technique can be imp...