News about our name

May 23, 2023

We have some exciting news to share about our name.

Linewize has continued to grow and expand far beyond our original focus on web filtering. We are now part of a global business with operations in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Our teams work hand in hand every day towards our collective mission to help every child to thrive in their digital life and ensure they are seamlessly supported on all sides  - at school, at home and everywhere in between.




In May 2023 Family Zone changed its name to Qoria, accompanied by a new look and feel and a new website. This is the first step to our whole global family eventually sharing the same identity. By looking and behaving as one company, we will elevate our voice on the global stage, and be better positioned to champion our industry for change. It will also enable us to align our operations and achieve efficiencies that can be invested back into our products. 

In the meantime, our Linewize logo now carries the Qoria name beneath it, instead of Family Zone.


It’s the first of many important milestones as we begin the process of bringing our family together. To learn more about Qoria, please visit

Check back here for more updates as they happen. 

The Linewize Team

Topics: Company Updates

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