Massive Media

  • Facebook Bans Netlog For Violating Its Policies

    Facebook Bans Netlog For Violating Its Policies

    Exclusive - TechCrunch has learned that an alleged violation of Facebook’s policies has resulted in a relatively high-profile casualty: Netlog, a sizable European social network, got banned from the Facebook platform earlier this week. Netlog isn’t widely known in the United States, but has been around for more than a decade and claims 80 million users, most of them in Europe and… Read More

  • Netlog creates, becomes part of Massive Media; expands to New York and Dubai

    Netlog creates, becomes part of Massive Media; expands to New York and Dubai

    European social networking site Netlog is to become part of a newly established social media company dubbed Massive Media, the company announced yesterday. The Ghent, Belgium-based company says its product portfolio will soon be expanded to new markets but declined to disclose any further information on future projects at this point. Co-founder and CEO Lorenz Bogaert did reveal that the… Read More

  • Netlog Creates, Becomes Part Of Massive Media; Expands To New York And Dubai

    European social networking site Netlog is to become part of a newly established social media company dubbed Massive Media, the company announced yesterday. The Ghent, Belgium-based company says its product portfolio will soon be expanded to new markets but declined to disclose any further information on future projects at this point. Co-founder and CEO Lorenz Bogaert did reveal that the… Read More