Sarahah

Sarahah is a Saudi Arabian social networking service for providing constructive feedback.wikipedia
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Anonymous social media

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Apps such as Formspring, Ask, Sarahah, Whisper and Secret have elicited discussion around the rising popularity of anonymity apps including debate and anticipation about this social sharing class.

Social networking service

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Sarahah is a Saudi Arabian social networking service for providing constructive feedback.

Snapchat

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This growth is considered to be deeply related with the release of a Snapchat update that allowed people to share URLs on their snaps.

URL

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This growth is considered to be deeply related with the release of a Snapchat update that allowed people to share URLs on their snaps.

App Store (iOS)

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It was released on the US Apple App Store on June 13, 2017, and also has users in several other countries including Canada, India, and Lebanon.

Canada

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It was released on the US Apple App Store on June 13, 2017, and also has users in several other countries including Canada, India, and Lebanon.

India

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It was released on the US Apple App Store on June 13, 2017, and also has users in several other countries including Canada, India, and Lebanon.

Lebanon

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It was released on the US Apple App Store on June 13, 2017, and also has users in several other countries including Canada, India, and Lebanon.

Google Trends

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The rise was also seen in a Google Trends report.

Queensland

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On 12 January 2018, it was reported that a woman in Queensland, Australia had started a petition to have the app and others like it banned, after friends of her 13-year-old daughter sent her abusive messages, including ones suggesting that she kill herself.

Australia

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On 12 January 2018, it was reported that a woman in Queensland, Australia had started a petition to have the app and others like it banned, after friends of her 13-year-old daughter sent her abusive messages, including ones suggesting that she kill herself.

Special Broadcasting Service

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A news report from the Australian Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) stated that the child's mother, Katrina, "called on Apple's App Store and Google Play to stop downloads of Sarahah, which allows people to leave anonymous feedback for each other".

Google Play

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A news report from the Australian Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) stated that the child's mother, Katrina, "called on Apple's App Store and Google Play to stop downloads of Sarahah, which allows people to leave anonymous feedback for each other".

Saudi Arabia

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Cyberbullying

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Abuse on these platforms, such as ASKfm, Yik Yak and Sarahah, can be particularly keenly felt by young people, leading to issues of loss of confidence.

Suicide of Dolly Everett

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In the wake of Everett's death, there were also calls to ban or police social media apps known to be used for cyberbullying, such as Sarahah.