These are just three of the articles that have infuriated me in the past 24 hours. 4 deaths in the UK in the last 12 months, based on Ask.FM alone – and that’s just the ones reported on here. I think there’s really something worth looking at here (ask.fm, Q-Me, Formspring etc.) in terms of Cyber-bullying and ‘social networking’. I feel the issue lies in the ability to remain anonymous on these sites, as opposed to Facebook, Twitter etc. I have firsthand seen the horrific statements kids can say to each other on Ask.FM, it’s really not right. Yet thousands of young people continue to sign up to these type of anonymous-question-asking websites. Is the need for peer-acceptance or peer-feedback so great, that it’s worth subjecting ourselves to potentially hostile, negative and hurtful comments that can be seen by everyone and cannot be controlled?