Google responds! Let them know what you think?
Feb 16, 2018 — First, the App Store removed Sarahah and now Google has directly responded to our petition. But it’s not good enough.
Their response says they're focussed on a 'great experience' for users…. But our young and vulnerable kids are in danger because of an anonymous messenger app where they’re told to go kill themselves. Google -- we need actions, not empty words!
Let Google know what you think of their response by leaving a comment here https://www.change.org/p/app-store-google-play-ban-apps-like-sarahah-where-my-daughter-was-told-to-kill-herself/responses/40707
Apple has taken action, presumably because they don’t want to host an app responsible for another suicide as a result of cyberbullying. Why won’t Google act quickly on this? It’s an urgent issue.
Over 430,000 people worldwide have joined me in this fight against cyber bullying. I’ve read countless comments of support as well as many comments where people have also experienced vicious online attacks on Sarahah.
Your support means everything to me and my daughter. Now, we need to let Google know what we think. Leave your comment here: https://www.change.org/p/app-store-google-play-ban-apps-like-sarahah-where-my-daughter-was-told-to-kill-herself/responses/40707
Thanks so much -- we're making progress getting these huge companies to respond!
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