Rise of the online bully

Katie Hinderer | 13 January 2013

But today’s bullies aren’t just slipping notes in class or taunting in the cafeteria. They are taking to the internet and they are brutal.

Twitter tries paid advertising

Katie Hinderer | 14 April 2010
This week Twitter has started experimenting with targeted advertising tweets. According to early reports, only 10% of users will be impacted by these non-requested messages that will show up in the newsfeed.
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