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By Gerry Holt WELSH children as young as eight are logging on to social network sites such as Facebook, forcing concerned parents to go online to spy on them. Thousands of youngsters claim to be using the popular sites, despite the minimum age for registration on most being 13.
SCOTS parents have admitted to snooping on their kids after new figures revealed more than 750,000 youngsters broke rules for social networking sites. Youngsters under 13 aren't allowed to use any of the main sites - Facebook, Myspace and Bebo.
By SHARPE, Marty A YOUNG woman is facing a criminal charge for allegedly hacking into a schoolgirl's Bebo page -- an offence punishable by a maximum of seven years in jail.
By Lindy McDowell Bebo, a favourite social networking website of teenage internet users, is allowing people to send messages into space in the hope that aliens will read them.
By Jakes, Stephen Orange is launching a mobile social networking service that will allow advertisers to target users of Facebook, MySpace and Bebo via a single platform.
By Anonymous Bebo chief executive Joanna Shields has turned to her exGoogle colleague Kate Burns to run the social network's UK and European operations.
By Anonymous This month Advertisers are failing to take advantage of social networking sites to promote their brands, according to a report from JuplterResearch.
SOCIAL networking website Bebo are offering members the chance to send a message to ET in a "digital time capsule". They've teamed up with Russian space radio expert Dr Alexander Zaitsev for the Message From Earth project.
AOL's Platform-A announced that it will offer Goowy's widget creation and management services as part of its widget distribution offering for advertisers.
Adknowledge's Social Advertising division, Cubics.com, has announced that it is now serving more than 10 billion ad impressions per month on social networks such as Facebook, MySpace and Bebo. The majority of these impressions are generated by social applications.
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