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Friends Reunited is relaunched with focus on nostalgia

Social networking site Friends Reunited relaunched on Tuesday, focusing on the nostalgic moments of people's lives.

The UK-based company was sold to ITV for £125m in 2005, before Brightsolid Limited - which is owned by comic publisher Dundee-based DC Thompson - bought it for £25m in 2009.

Users will be invited to share personal and national memories to a community of people, rather than within friends' networks.

Rupert Goodwins, the editor of the technology website ZDnet, talked to BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast about whether is can compete with Facebook.

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  • 27 Mar 2012
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