A company called SocialShield has launched new technology aimed at keeping children and teens safe on social networking sites like Facebook, ReadWriteWeb reports. Using patent-pending "Safety Engines," the service scans a child's social networking profile to look for inappropriate, dangerous, or otherwise suspicious content or behavior. When it finds questionable material, parents are alerted immediately via eMail. SocialShield works across a number of sites, including popular outlets such as Facebook and Twitter. But it also supports several other social networks available today, like MySpace, Flickr,...

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