myYearbook, now called MeetMe, is an online social network created by who wanted to take the idea of a classic yearbook to an online version. It is now available for anyone to use worldwide and has about 20 million active users as of 2015.
MeetMe features flash based games through which members can earn "Lunch Money," MeetMe's virtual currency. Members can use this currency on MeetMe's partner websites. Since its founding in 2005 as myYearbook, MeetMe has released various features, including a real time chat client and a mobile dating app. In 2014, the website was sued by San Francisco attorney Dennis Herrera, who claims the site allows sexual predators to stalk minors.