has a new owner

Social networking site, linked to widespread bullying and lots of teen suicides, is moving to Ireland, the Financial Times reports., the Latvian social network which allows users to post anonymous questions and answers, was bought by Barry Diller's US-based IAC Group through in August -- and is set to relaunch from the business 's Dublin HQ.

The website's founders, brothers Ilja and Mark Terebin, who asserted to have been bullied by the media, were ousted from as element of its acquisition of

Since was started in 2010 it has been consistently criticised for being a program for internet maltreatment.

In 2013 Business Insider said it had about 65 million users, half of which were under 18, and as of last year nine adolescents who were connected to the website had committed suicide.

But new CEO Doug Leeds has maintained that cyberbullying will be a thing of days gone by, with the owners investing "millions" into improving welfare standards and signing an improved safety agreement, according to the BBC.

And as well as updating its policies and terms of service, the Financial Times says may also have a "law enforcement affairs officer" at its disposal to help the business deal with the police.

IAC, which possesses dating app Tinder along with OkCupid, has reportedly brought from the UK government's child protection task force, and Yahoo's former safety specialist Catherine Davis Teitelbaum in Annie Mullins.