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FriendFinder

Find love, romance, and marriage on online dating site.

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All Friendfinder

FriendFinder Networks the worlds largest online dating community - has taken online dating mobile with our latest iPhone app. Login to any of our...

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Chatmosphere FriendFinder

Chatmosphere FriendFinder lets you create an online profile page, add photos, videos, status messages and more. Then search for contacts within a...

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AB-Browser

AB-browser provides fast and smooth web surfing experience for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch on iOS 6 and 5. Features include tab view, inline...

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Hack of online dating site Adult FriendFinder exposes millions

Technically Incorrect: Adult FriendFinder, a site where people seek casual, discreet relationships, suffers a breach, exposing the details of almost 4 million of its members.

By May 22, 2015

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This 'Star Trek' mansion could be yours

Entrepreneur Marc Bell's resume includes FriendFinder and Penthouse. But judging by his pad, his passion is "Star Trek."

By May 15, 2014

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Facebook quietly removes 'test' friend-finding feature

Since it was discovered yesterday, Facebook has removed a feature that let users find other users near their location, whether they were "friends" or not.

By June 25, 2012

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With friend-finders like these, Facebook may find itself sued

According to one company, the social network stole the idea for the geo-based Find Friends Nearby, which helps people locate new acquaintances. Facebook says it was just a test.

By June 25, 2012

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Meet Ark, the social friend-finder that should stay independent

If the social networks don't shut it down first, Ark could become a truly useful independent social network tool.

By May 21, 2012

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FriendFinder not likely to find pals on Wall Street

ZDNet's Larry Dignan says the company formerly known as Penthouse Media Group is filing to go public to pay off almost a half a billion in debt in an equity market that stinks.

By December 24, 2008

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Developer to Facebook: I got there first on friend-finding feature

A developer--who lists Microsoft among his affiliations on Facebook--says the social-networking site ought to give credit to those who come up with ideas that Facebook eventually implements.

By March 28, 2008

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Verizon Wireless adds friend-finding service

For $3.99 a month, Verizon subscribers will be able to track their friends using a location service from Loopt.

By March 28, 2008

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State court upholds anti-spam law

The California Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of its state anti-spam law after a long-running legal dispute, saying that the law does not violate U.S. interstate commerce laws. In 1999, California resident Mark Ferguson sued interactive services companies FriendFinder and Conru Interactive, alleging that they had sent him and others unsolicited e-mail advertisements that were deceptive, misleading and in violation of state law. California's anti-spam law requires unsolicited messages to be labeled as advertisements and to include an address or toll-free phone number recipients can use to tell the sender to stop sending documents. In June 2000, a San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled that the law violated the dormant Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution by placing inconsistent restrictions on interstate use of the Internet. In January, a California appeals court upheld the state law, reversing the earlier decision.

By April 11, 2002

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Spam case appealed to state court

An alleged spammer is appealing its case to the California Supreme Court a month after an appeals court upheld the state's anti-spam law, ruling that it does not violate the U.S. Constitution. Ira Rothken, attorney for Friendfinder and Conru Interactive, said he filed a brief Tuesday asking the state supreme court to review the ruling. In 1999, California resident Mark Ferguson sued Friendfinder and Conru, alleging that they had sent him and others unsolicited e-mail advertisements that were deceptive, misleading and in violation of state law. In January, a California appeals court upheld the state's anti-spam law, which requires unsolicited messages to be labeled as advertisements and include an address or toll-free phone number recipients can use to tell the sender to stop sending documents. The ruling reversed a decision by a San Francisco Superior Court judge, who ruled that California's anti-spam law is unconstitutional.

February 5, 2002