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Safe social network, just for kids

Launched last summer, ScuttlePad  is a social network exclusively for kids ages 6 11 years.  Kids can make friends, upload a photo and update a status in a safe and secure environment.  The management team manually reviews all photos and
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Launched last summer, ScuttlePad  is a social network exclusively for kids ages 6-11 years. Kids can make friends, upload a photo and update a status in a safe and secure environment. The management team manually reviews all photos and all communication is through a pre-defined word list. In addition to teach kids about social networking, the guided communication helps kids learn about sentence structure and grammar.

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