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social networking site

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(Communications & Information) a website that allows subscribers to interact, typically by requesting that others add them to their visible list of contacts, by forming or joining sub-groups based around shared interests, or publishing content so that a specified group of subscribers can access it
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KashmirWeb - a social network site - has been developed by Naveed Malik, Usman Tareen and Hanan Muzaffer from Srinagar.
To participate in a social network site a user constructs a profile and by this act the social networker becomes real in a virtual world.
This paper discusses the huge increasing numbers of social network site users in Middle East, specifically in Saudi Arabia.
In the first week of March, state-owned provider, Nepal Telecom will launch a new social network site, which is presently being tested internally.
The study also suggested launching awareness programmes targeting all members of the family and designing of a social network site under the supervision of community foundation working in the family development sector.
More than half of social network site users (58 percent) say their main profile is set to "private" so only their friends can see it, and women more often choose the "highest restriction" (67 percent of women versus 48 percent of men).
ST MIRREN have opened an investigation into comments made on a social network site by one of their players.
The EU-wide survey revealed that younger children in particular had no concept of how use the social network site's security settings to protect themselves from people they didn't know.
A social network site uses software to build online social networks for communities of people who share interests and activities or who are interested in exploring the interests and activities of others.
MySpace was also the most frequently visited social network site with 80 percent of total social networking site visits.
By MIRROR REPORTER ST MIRREN have opened an investigation into comments made on a social network site by one of their players.
Yinan Yu et all, (2014) Social network sites (SNSs) plot the actual academic and market because of their many more users, vast coverage and shocking increment pace, and allures more and more attentions of them.

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