May 17, 2022
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Linewize, a cyber safety management system for schools, acquired parent controls provider, Qustodio, for $52 million.
The acquisition, which included 100 percent of Qustodio’s shares and subsidiaries, will allow Linewize to “further its vision of delivering an all-encompassing student safety ecosystem,” according to the announcement.
Qustodio, based in Spain and founded in 2012, offers cross-platform technology designed to help students, parents, and educators balance screen time, block harmful content, and promote healthier online activity.
Linewize reports serving more than 11 million students globally.
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