Netlog (formerly known as Facebox and Bingbox) is a Belgian social networking website specifically targeted at the European youth demographic. The site was founded in July 2003 in Ghent, Belgium, by Lorenz Bogaert and Toon Coppens, and by 2007 had attracted 28 million members. The site now claims to have over 94 million registered users across 40 languages On Netlog, members can create their own web page, extend their social network, publish their music playlists, share videos, post blogs and join groups.
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