About This Page: This is a discussion on R.I.P. Togetherville!!!!! within the Making More Magic: Everything Else at Walt Disney World!, part of the PassPorter Community - Boards & Forums on Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, and General Travel; In February 2011 Disney acquired the children's "social networking" site Togetherville.
Disney Acquires Social Network For Kids Togetherville | TechCrunch
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In Februrary 2012 they announce that Togetherville will cease with effect from March 11th.
What happened? My daughter is/was a big fan of Togetherville which had very strict rules and controls. I only allowed her to join (at age six) because of Disney's involvement and reputation. Are they "shutting down the competition" in favour of their Club Penguin?