Large networks have a large number of users and have borderless communication, allowing political, ideological and cultural expressions, etc., to assume the function of transmitting information, 2019. At the same time, social networks constitute a platform for the dissemination of activities, cyber art and policies for the regulation of activity networks (Alkiviadou, 2019). However, understanding the political economy of the Internet beyond contributing19 ) may therefore lead to social policies may have its impact (Jakubowicz, nd), using some case studies.
In August 2013, a 14-year-old British girl committed suicide， as a result of cyberbullying, and after Hannah Smith’s father posted on the site indicating the torment she experienced, and in response to strong protests about cyberbullies hiding behind a screen with impunity, the site announced that it would allow users to block questioners and make it easier to report abuse.
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