Anonymous apps allow users to share and interact with each other without revealing who they are. Unlike social media sites, many of these apps encourage users to stay anonymous and chat to each other or post questions and answers on a range of topics.
In recent years, there has been a growth in honesty or feedback apps that allow users to post images or ‘tell-all’ posts to get ‘honest’ feedback from strangers which at times can lead to bullying.
Anonymous apps can expose children to a range of online risks, including inappropriate content cyberbullying and sexting.
Under the cover of anonymity, people may feel less accountable for what they say and may share things that they would not on open social platforms.
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