RIGA - The Latvian social network ‘Ask.fm’ has been bought by the owners of ‘Tinder’ and ‘Ask.com’ for an undisclosed fee, reports BBC. The site, where members answer questions posed by others, has been linked to teenage suicides in the UK and elsewhere and has been criticized for not doing enough to prevent cyber-bullying, said the BBC.IAC, the U.S. company behind the deal, said it would invest “millions” into improving safety on the site.Ask.fm’s founders will leave the firm.The company was started in 2010 by two Latvian ...
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