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In developing regions, Internet connectivity is extremely poor, while mobile phone penetration is much higher. The inhabitants of developing conuntries still rely on traditional social mechanisms, such as word-of-mouth, to gather most information that they use in everyday life. In this paper, we propose Goose, a Social Network Service (SNS) architecture for developing regions, which provides services including friend searching, resource sharing and information seeking. Goose uses both thedoi:10.1109/cse.2009.276 dblp:conf/cse/Vallina-RodriguezHC09 fatcat:hir2qcjvtrgqhfrp6woyrsqwha