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Deaths prompt website to tackle cyberbullying

Social networking site Ask.fm came under fire after at least two British teenagers committed suicide.

Last Modified: 19 Aug 2013 16:56
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Social networking site Ask.fm says it will introduce new measures to tackle cyberbullying.

It was criticised after the deaths of at least two British teenagers who had used the site.

Al Jazeera's Harry Smith reports.

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