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Orkut was a social networking website owned and operated by Google.
The service was designed to help users meet new and old friends and maintain existing relationships.
Scraps were also HTML-enabled letting users post videos or pictures.
On November 8, 2007, Orkut greeted its Indian users Happy Diwali by allowing them to change their Orkut look to a Diwali-flavored reddish theme.
Similar to Facebook, users could also use a "like" button to share interests with friends.
Orkut was arguably 'the only thriving social networking site' in India during 2005-2008.
The allegation is based on the presence of 9 identical bugs in Orkut that also existed in In Circles.
On June 2, 2008, Orkut launched its theming engine with a small set of default themes. These users were able to send invites to their Orkut friends to join this new version.
Orkut added different colours choices for the users profiles.
The themes were eventually removed and an Orkut badge was visible for those who didn't changed to the new Orkut.
On September 4, 2007, Orkut announced that user would be able to see an "Updates from your friends" box on the homepage, where it would be possible to obtain real-time updates when friends made changes to their profiles, photos and videos.
Moreover, in case someone wanted to keep some information on their profile private, Orkut added an opt-out button on the settings page.