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In 2008 Google announced that Orkut would be fully managed and operated in Brazil, by Google Brazil, in the city of Belo Horizonte.This was decided due to the large Brazilian user base and growth of legal issues.

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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.Unlike Facebook, where one can only view profile details of people in their network, Orkut initially allowed anyone to visit everyone's profile, unless a potential visitor was on a person's "Ignore List" (this feature was eventually changed so that users could choose between showing their profile to all networks or specified ones).Each member was also able to customize their profile preferences and restrict information that appears on their profile from their friends and/or others.While previously working for Affinity Engines, he had developed a similar system, In Circle, intended for use by university alumni groups.In late June 2004, Affinity Engines filed suit against Google, claiming that Büyükkökten and Google had based Orkut on In Circle code.It also announced the initial release of Orkut in 6 new languages: Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Kannada and Telugu.

Profile editing could then take place by clicking the settings button under the user profile photo (or alternatively, clicking the blue settings link at the top of any page).

Orkut was quietly launched on January 22, 2004 by Google.

Orkut Büyükkökten, a Turkish software engineer, developed it as an independent project while working at Google.

Another feature was that any member can add any other member on Orkut to his/her "Crush List".

When a user logged in, they saw the people in their friends list in the order of their login to the site, the first person being the latest one to do so.

Orkut's competitors were other social networking sites including Myspace and Facebook.