Bebo chief reveals plan to take on Facebook and Twitter

“It’s probably brave to launch a new social network in this climate when there are concerns about potential harms from misinformation spread on social media, so I hope Bebo will take its responsibilities to look after its members and their data seriously,” says Kate Bevan, computing editor at Which?.

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