Yonoo, a France-based social search service, has received about $2.25 million in first round of funding. The round was led by AGF Private Equity. The service is similar to bunch of others like StumbleUpon and others. Its service requires users to download a toolbar, and then give Yoono permission to search their bookmarks, which it then stores in its database. Tough one. More info in this VentureBeat post here.
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