The court passed the direction while hearing a petition seeking to ban Saudi Arabia-based social networking website and mobile app, Sarahah.com and Sarahah.
Though Sarahah app asks for user's permission to access contacts, there is no such feature in the app where these contacts would be required.
Sarahah, like other social media apps, could be feeding narcissism, and creating opportunities for cyber-bullying
So what happens when you type in your username on such Sarahah exposed scamming websites?
Sarahah encourages a cavalier attitude about online abuse — if not for you, at least for those around you.
To keep things interesting, the app has an option to share link of their Sarahah username, and also share any ‘constructive message’ they receive.