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- Sgrouples Inc. features MeWe, a service dedicated to protect online privacy. In the site, users can immediately discover the number of cookies stalking from different social media providers. Some of...
- SnapsBoard help to preserve photos and videos in the original resolution. The mashup's principle: "never lose a photo," is related to privacy, personalization, and categorization found in the app....
- Printicular aims to facilitate printing from social media. Users can order prints from a smart phone and pick up on Walgreens the same day. They also can receive the pictures in a specific location...
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