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  2. Talk:Bebo/Archive 1 - Wikipedia

    Bebo is renowned for spamming email addresses. These messages, which arrive totally unsolicitated in your email account, ask the user to update information and to add yourself to others (people you do not even know) address books. Asking for your email to be removed from their mailing lists results in further spam from other related companies...

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    Bebo has also introduced the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) button in its web site. This will help children and teenagers to escape bullying and child grooming. Children suspecting the intention of the sender, can click on this button which will re-direct them to a specially trained CEOP officer.

  4. Facebook Platform - Wikipedia

    Facebook Connect, also called Log in with Facebook, like OpenID, is a set of authentication APIs from Facebook that developers can use to help their users connect and share with such users' Facebook friends (on and off Facebook) and increase engagement for their website or application.

  5. Myspace - Wikipedia

    Myspace(stylized as myspaceor MySpace) is an American social networking service. From 2005 to early 2009, it was the largest social networking site in the world. [3] Myspace was acquired by News Corporationin July 2005 for $580 million,[4]and in June 2006 surpassed Yahoo!and Googleto become the most visited website in the United States.

  6. List of The Inbetweeners episodes - Wikipedia

    The Inbetweeners is a BAFTA Award-winning British sitcom created by Damon Beesley and Iain Morris, and broadcast on E4.The series follows the lives of four suburban sixth form student friends – protagonist Will McKenzie (), his best friend Simon Cooper (), and their friends Jay Cartwright (James Buckley) and Neil Sutherland (Blake Harrison).

  7. - Wikipedia (stylized as was a Chinese social media service headquartered in Shanghai with an American office in Santa Monica, California, on which platform users created and shared short lip-sync videos. The first prototype was released in April 2014, and the official version was launched in August of that year.

  8. ResearchGate - Wikipedia

    ResearchGate is a European commercial social networking site for scientists and researchers to share papers, ask and answer questions, and find collaborators. According to a 2014 study by Nature and a 2016 article in Times Higher Education, it is the largest academic social network in terms of active users, although other services have more registered users, and a 2015–2016 survey suggests ...

  9. Diaspora (social network) - Wikipedia Diaspora(stylized as diaspora*) is a nonprofit, user-owned, distributed social network. It consists of a group of independently owned nodes (called pods) which interoperate to form the network. The social network is not owned by any one person or entity, keeping it from being subject to corporate take-overs or advertising.