How a Saudi Workplace Messaging App Went Viral With U.S. Teens

When Zain al-Abidin Tawfiq developed the anonymous messaging website Sarahah, he was intending to make the digital equivalent of a suggestion box for confrontation-shy office workers in Saudi Arabia.

He never expected it to become this summer’s viral sensation among American teenagers.

Sarahah, Arabic for “candor,” lets anyone send short, anonymous messages to registered users, who in turn have no way of interacting with the…

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