The company said it would commit to viewing all reported content within 24 hours and that it would hire more staff to carry out this task, including a safety officer, as well as make it easier to report bullying content by creating a separate button and category alongside “spam or scam”, “hate speech”, “violence” and “pornographic content”.
Ask.fm’s also planning to cut-back on the number of features unregistered users can access and will require an email address on sign-up for registered users. Some of the changes should be live on the site by September.
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