Bullied girl's dad backs Ask.fm

The father of Hannah Smith, who committed suicide after being bullied on the Ask.fm website, has described the site's new cybersafety measures as "a good thing". But child protection charities said more needs to be done to stop online bullying.

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DialAFlight 'block ads' from appearing on ask.fm

DialAFlight has blocked advertisements from appearing on social networking site ask.fm, following the death of teenager Hannah Smith.

We pride ourselves on our ethical business practice and will block all advertisements from appearing on Ask.fm as of today.

– Victoria Hampton, marketing manager at DialAFlight

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