What is WeOurFamily
WeOurFamily launched on June 9, 2009.It is a social networking website based on privacy-oriented .This social networking website also emphasizes its security protocols throughout the site, as well as the ownership and license of its users’ work. The website takes a different approach to social networking by requiring users to explicitly share content with other users, instead of implicitly assuming that content should be available to anyone by default.
WeOurFamily requires an annual subscription to share content with other people,Unlike other advertiser-supported social networking websites like Facebook or MySpace. However, a subscription is not required for users to view or comment on any content that has been shared with them.So it is an outstanding social networking website and become popular now a days.
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