Teenagers are flocking to Formspring.me, a social media tool that allows users to anonymously ask questions for others to publicly answer.
The question-and-answer site informs users that some of their passwords may have been breached in a security intrusion.
Like many a teenager, the question-and-answer service grew like a weed and got a questionable reputation. A funding round and new media-friendly feature are designed to help clean up its act.
With bullying and cyberbullying in the news, it's easy to assume that it's an epidemic. Fortunately, it's not.