Ask.fm backs down as father says website lacks respect

The father of teenager Hannah Smith has condemned the social networking website Ask.fm for planning to release a report on its safety measures on the day of his daughter's funeral.

Lawyers acting on behalf of the website said tonight that they will delay the report until Monday.

Dave Smith spoke to ITV News correspondent Rupert Evelyn:

Read: Ask.fm delays announcement until after Hannah's funeral

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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.