Yik Yak

yik yak

Bumping up against the boundaries of free speech

BY GREGORY ZELLER Sometimes, there’s a thin line between criminality and the $300 million startup. Make that razor-thin in the case of the anonymous messaging service Yik Yak, and according to some, the company and its product have already crossed the line. The social messaging app designed for hyper-local engagement – service is limited to a 1.5-mile radius from a particular local-service node – has been banned from several college campuses across the country, following…