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assertation writes: It is not vaporware. It is up, running and growing in membership by 10% a week for the last month. Co-founders, Dustin Studer and Suprasanna Mishra were inspired by the desire to share good times with friends on the web, but were weary of reading that 69 percent of employers said they have rejected job applicants because of what they have found on Facebook. Privacy is #1 at, giving the users control over their information, even to the point giving the users the ability to set special permission on pictures. runs on servers that have the same level of security as bank websites do.
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OSU students develop alternative to Facebook with more privacy

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