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"We see a lot of people who are using Burner as a substitute for carrying two devices, because it’s cheaper and more flexible." The idea of a software service that lets callers mask their identity isn’t new.Starting in 2005, web apps like Jangl and Jaxtr appeared, allowing consumers to exchange text messages and phone calls without sharing their real numbers.Early version of Burner were built around making each new number an in-depth experience separate from all other numbers."What we realized was that people want multiple numbers, multiple ways to manage identity and privacy, but that they want to do it through a single, unified inbox," says Cohn.And based to the Saville Rossiter-Base, it seems as though preteen girls are the biggest victims of mobile bullying, according to the victims and those who know them.According to Ofcom's data, which was charted for us by BI Intelligence, preteens and young teenagers aged 12-15 — in other words, middle schoolers — reported more bullying experiences for themselves and others, compared to younger children.
"I currently work patrol division so I come in contact with different civilians every day," he explained.
According to the CRC, "only 1 in 10 teens tells a parent if they have been a cyber bully victim," and "well over half of young people do not tell their parents when cyber bullying occurs," which might mean kids are less likely to talk about getting bullied to any adults, period.