Ask.fm 'did not know' about Hannah Smith's funeral

The website Ask.fm and lawyers Mishcon de Reya have said they didn't know it was Hannah Smith's funeral tomorrow - the same day they will publish plans to combat online bullying.

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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.