“Several years later, Naver shut down the board because employees started talking about critical and sensitive issues,” Moon said.
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Do you think anonymity helps fuel online harassment and what is your company’s approach to creating a safe space for your users?
Moon: There are certain issues that people can’t talk about on those kinds of platforms because they require real names.
Q: Has Blind dealt with requests from lawyers to unmask the identity of anonymous users?
Moon: Sometimes we get some of those inquiries, but we don’t have any clues to track users. Q: So there’s no way for your company to figure out who these users are even if they link their employer e-mail address?
Our users authenticate their account using their company e-mail so they don’t truly believe it’s really anonymous.
Because the company’s name is disclosed, users tend to care about what they say and are more polite than other anonymous spaces.
The San Francisco and Seoul startup has raised more than million in funding.
Moon and Team Blind’s Korea Country Manager Kyum Kim recently sat down with this newspaper via Skype to talk about the app’s future and online safety.
Q: Do tech workers in Korea use Blind differently than workers in the United States?