Just a few thousand thirteen- to eighteen-year-olds leaving each other messages about how fat and/or fuckable you were.
Koul also talks about the first time she was roofied, when she was just about 18, and uses it to begin a candid conversation about date rape culture and the misconceptions surrounding it.
Later in life when they're apply for jobs, employers could google search their name and have their teenage profiles on display forever.
Users are able to create and design profiles, a friends list, blogs, galleries, compose articles and forums.
In January 2012, the site reported 1,636,990 users and 35,517,895,992 hits.
The website uses Interac Online, a service that allows account holders at participating banks to make payments through online banking.
She remembers the harassment (she only called it that later) she faced from unknown men who took it upon themselves to be cleavage police.
The online youth social networking site Nexopia is violating Canadian privacy laws by keeping members' personal information indefinitely, Canada's Privacy Commissioner has found.
Edmonton-based Nexopia, which bills itself as "the place to be for teens looking to express themselves," is refusing to give users the option to permanently delete their data, despite Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart's recommendation that such an option was required to comply with Canadian law, said a news release from Stoddart's office Thursday.
, has written a book of essays in which she talks about everything from taking on vicious trolls to her parents being madly over-protective, and her mixed feelings over her cousin’s arranged marriage.
While large sections of begin to ramble, particularly the parts in which Koul tries to disprove exoticising myths about India, she has a frank and to-the-point section on online harassment and date rape.