Girls offering sex in exchange, say police. Nelson teenagers are using the social networking Internet site Bebo to find drug dealers and offer sexual favours in exchange for alcohol and drugs, police say. The Nelson CIB and Youth Aid say the popular site is cropping up again and again in cases involving sex, drugs and bullying. Nelson Youth Aid officer Constable Kathy Pomfrett said that while most teenagers used Bebo safely and like a chatroom, a growing number were using it to trade in sexual favours.
Bebo was a social networking website launched in , that now describes itself as "a company that dreams up ideas for fun social apps". Grant Denholm, the man behind the Bebo relaunch, has confirmed that the site will not be returning as a social network but as a company that makes social apps. The company launched the app Blab in early , which closed in As of July , it is owned and operated by its founders Michael Birch and Xochi Birch , who took over from Criterion Capital Partners after the company declared bankruptcy. The website, at the height of its popularity, overtook Myspace to become the most widely used social networking website in the United Kingdom ,   eventually registering at least On April 7, , AOL announced that it would either sell the website,  or shut it down. This was mainly due to the falling numbers of unique users; Bebo users were moving to rival site Facebook.
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The use of material taken from personal profiles on social networks by newspapers is to be the subject of a major consultation undertaken by industry watchdog the Press Complaints Commission PCC. This comes in the wake of increasingly numbers of newspaper stories that include images and text taken from sites like Bebo, MySpace and Facebook. But the subjects of press reports are not always happy with the use of content they have uploaded. Tim Toulmin, director of the PCC, in an interview with BBC Radio 4 says the organisation was getting complaints from people about material, "that is being republished when they themselves are the subject of news stories".