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Teen suicide rates are the highest now that they have ever been. Much of this can be attributed to cyberbullies who use the cloak of online services or phony identities to shield them from the consequences of their illegal behaviors.
Crystal Ball Apps, working parallel to the anti-bullying program of the Obama administration, has developed the first & only Facebook application intended to help end cyberbullying targeted at not only teens but also adults. Developers Jon C. Stephens M.B.A., Ed.D., Muhammad Aizaz, Michael Wedderburn, Jen Gordon and Ryan Schattner have created this free Facebook App called CatfishNet. CatfishNet has already become popular among the many beta testers who have used the App, often on their own Facebook accounts, discovering they had actual Catfish lurking among their real friends. The results of such testing has demonstrated the App is correctly identifying the Catfish 92.1% of the time. The App launched nationwide today is currently available for free download at the Facebook AppCenter. “This must always remain a free App,” said Dr. Stephens who personally funded the project. “We want it to be accessible to everyone regardless of their ability to pay.”
Free download is available at: https://www.facebook.com/
Located in technology-rich Folsom, California, Crystal Ball Apps is one of the nation’s leading developers of diverse business software. Since 1992 Crystal Ball Apps has written millions of lines of code for applications ranging from demographic projection software to innovative business marketing tools and now the world’s first anti-bullying / anti-fraud application. Crystal Ball Apps is a proud leader of social media security applications worldwide and currently the only developer with anti-bullying / anti-fraud software.
For additional information about CatfishNet and to download it as a free Facebook App please visit our website at https://catfishnet.com or please contact Jon C. Stephens at firstname.lastname@example.org (530.545.2611)
Jon C. Stephens
Jon C. Stephens