Saga, the travel and insurance company for the over 50's has launched a social networking site aimed at "silver surfers". The site aims to cater for those who would find youth orientated services such as Facebook or Myspace intimidating.The danger:
While teens in search of networking avoid sites like Sagazone hackers and con artists often value them, seeing silver surfers as easy targets for identity fraud.Estimated users:
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