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LunarStorm challenges its peers

LunarStorm, a social network reportedly used by 90% of Sweden’s high school students, has started its international rollout in the UK, and UK CEO Matt Colebourne challenged his fellow social networks in an interview he gave The Register. He said his company monitors its network for potentially illegal activity but doesn’t get into the morality issue. However, he said the pedophilia threat is “very small” – “the biggest problem, he says, is not the most high-profile, but is bullying by the peer group,” according to The Register, which adds that LunarStorm targets only 17-to-19-year-olds (though it can’t stop people younger or older from registering as 17-19).

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