San Diego
– KidZui, the developer of a kid-friendly Web browser, has raised $4 million in
new financing led by Mission Ventures with participation from previous
investors, TechCrunch reported.

Previous backers have included Emergence
Capital Partners, First Round Capital, Maveron and Scholastic Corporation.

Diego-based KidZui offers a software Web browser that allows kids to safely
access over 2 million parent- and teacher-approved websites, pictures, games
and videos.

The company debuted a kid-friendly video site, ZuiTube, in April
2009, and also operates ZuiGames.

TechCrunch noted that the company has also
recently signed partnerships with Best Buy, Comcast and DreamWorks.


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