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IAC Acquires GirlSense.com Parent StarNet; Targeting Tweens

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On path to break into five pieces, IAC (NSDQ: IACI) has announced the acquisition of StarNet Interactive, the parent company of the GirlSense.com community site. Basically the site offers a virtual way to play dressup, and it targets the same demographics as the IAC-owned Zwinky virtual world. GirlSense will join the IAC Consumer Applications & Portals, which houses Zwinky, as well as SmileyCentral and Webfetti. It’s all about that sought after teen/tween demographic you hear so much about. Israel-based StarNet has raised at least $2.7 million in VC funding. Sale terms were unspecified. Release.

The acquisition comes a few days after IAC announced the acquisition of Dictionary.com parent Lexico.

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