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New's Owners Vow Bullying Crackdown

The new owners of, the social network implicated in the suicide of 14-year-old Hannah Smith in summer 2013, have sworn to end bullying on the platform, or shut it down entirely. Doug Leeds, the CEO of once-dominant search site, which bought the previously unrelated on Thursday, made the promise in an interview with Silicon Valley news site Pando Daily.

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