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Teens 13 and up can register, but to see posts tagged with "sex," "drugs," "profanity," or "gross," teens must verify they're over 17 by scanning the code on their ID cards. Sign-up requires linking to Facebook account, which verifies user has friends at chosen school and is the right age.
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It’s the sort of message that gets posted to the account 20 times a day or more.
Students submit their gossip anonymously using Ask.fm, a Latvia-based startup that mimics the features of the now-defunct Formspring (New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner recently admitted using Formspring to exchange sex chats with a woman last summer.) Users can submit gossip into a text box without so much as registering for an account.
"Everyone’s self-conscious about it," says one incoming junior at Hudson.
"It always becomes, ‘Who was that confession about? I want to know.’ It kind of controls the social aspect of the school." Across the country, schools are adapting to an explosion in social media use among students.