Glubble Received $3 Million for their Parental Firefox Plugin

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Glubble Received $3 Million for their Parental Firefox Plugin

Glubble received $3 Million in Series A funding from individual investor Martin Lund.

What does Glubble do?

Glubble created a parental control plugin for Firefox.

VCU says:

Glubble created a parental control plugin for Firefox browsers. The plugin allows adults to watch over their kids internet usage. Glubble creates an approved site list for those using Firefox with their plugin. As a parent you can modify this list and add your own approved sites for your children.

Currently it is free and they state on their site that they will always have a free version and eventually a paid version. As of January 2008 they state over 40,000 users.

See Glubble Here.

Founders:

Ian Hayward

Funders:

Morten Lund – one of the first investors in Skype




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