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This teenager hit back at the people who put her on an 'ugliest girl' poll at school
Her Facebook post won this argument.
Under 15 Irish basketball team called 'outrageous' names in racist online rant is in the spotlight again. is cleaning up its act ... with a little help from this Irish expert
The controversial site moved to Dublin last year — a move that caused some concern amongst ministers.
The Briefcase: Web Summit, Luxleaks and the most infamous letter in Ireland
This was the week in business.
New CEO of commits to making the site safer for users
Speaking this morning, Doug Leeds specified a number of areas the site will be focusing on improving security in.
What happens on
From the banal to the bizarre to the bullying.
Poll: Do you object to's move to Ireland?
The controversial site has updated its safety policies after reports of cyberbullying. is planning to move to Ireland and at least one minister isn't happy
Charlie Flanagan wants the issue discussed by Government. is moving its HQ to Ireland
The controversial website says that they’ve updated their safety policies.
Here’s What Happened Today: Monday
Everyone’s talking about the four Irish citizens detained in Cairo, CAO, and the Oscar Pistorius murder trial.
Victim, 16, tells her followers about her kidnap and family's murder
Hannah Anderson went online barely 48 hours after her rescue last Saturday following a manhunt across the United States.
Poll: Is boycotting websites the solution to online bullying?
What do you think?
Poll: Would you welcome legislation to regulate websites used by children?
Frances Fitzgerald has expressed concern at difficulties in regulating websites due to the open nature of the internet, but would you welcome it?
Fitzgerald concerned about difficulty of regulating cyberbullying sites
The Minister for Children admits that given the “global and open nature of the internet”, it may be difficult to regulate the likes of
Erin Gallagher's grandfather calls for teacher and pupil education on bullying
“It’s not really us that should have been getting the help – it should have been Erin, and she never got that.”
The Evening Fix... now with added Mr Burns endorsing Romney
Here’s all the things we learned, loved and shared today. founder on bullying: "It is not about the site"
Mark Terebin was asked to comment after it was alleged that young Irish teens took their own lives after being bullied by anonymous people online.
Teens urged not to respond to cyber bullies
In the wake of the death of 13-year-old Erin Gallagher, has issued a set of guidelines to help parents and children deal with online and text bullying.
Suicide prevention charity tells teens to seek help after Erin tragedy
Erin Gallagher, 13, was found dead on Saturday after receiving anonymous abuse through networking site