This app also allows you to fast forward, rewind and pause whenever you need to, and your lover will see the same thing you do.
This video describes safety features the app's creators added following criticism that it allowed students to post bullying messages as well as threats. “I don’t feel like there should be something that excludes parents.” Cyberbullying has been around nearly as long as the Internet, and teens have taken conflicts and taunts to social media on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as via text messages.
Because it is designed to be accessible only to teenagers, many parents and administrators have not known anything about it.
Envisioned as a safe space for high schoolers to discuss sensitive issues without having to reveal their names, After School has in some cases become a vehicle for bullying, crude observations and alleged criminal activity, all under a cloak of secrecy.
The Texas City Police Department last week said that officers arrived at a home on Tuesday and discovered an 18-year-old, identified as Brandy Vela, with an “apparent gunshot wound” to the upper chest.
An investigation determined that the wound was self-inflicted.