Billed as ‘Facebook’ for kids, Togetherville keeps parents in the loop
By staff and wire services reports
May 19th, 2010
Kids under 13 aren't allowed on Facebook, but that hasn't stopped many of them from joining. Now Togetherville, a social network for kids ages 6 to 10, hopes to lure them into a more age-appropriate setting, reports the Associated Press. The site, whose founder has three children under 10, launched May 18. It's free to join, and kids' accounts must be created by their parents using their own Facebook logins. Parents can approve or reject their children's friends and see what types of activities or games their kids are up to. "The adults participate directly," said CEO and co-founder...
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