It is worth noting that Google, Facebook and Twitter have worked hard over the years to have people provide their true identities.
Though these platforms still grapple with the menace of trolling, hate messages and even life threats.
It’s simple, if you dont want to get bullied, just don’t use the app.Once valued at 0 million, the app was pulled down almost one year later by the developers after several legal tussles and allegations that it encouraged bullying.“This has been the hardest decision of my life and one that saddens me deeply.Unfortunately, Secret does not represent the vision I had when starting the company, so I believe it’s the right decision for myself, our investors and our team,” Secret’s founder David Byttow had said in a blog post while announcing the shutdown of the app. Now we have one more, called Sarahah, taking the internet by storm lately: It is currently the fourth top trending application in the Apple app store.On Google Play Store, the messaging application has now entered the “5,000,000-10,000,000” installs range.
Then you can go online afterwards and see how well you did against the rest of the world – who needs pillow talk anyway?