Latest News on Cyberbullying


March 25th, 2011

Calif. Lawmakers Focus On Anti-Bullying Efforts
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California lawmakers responding to concerns that schoolyard bullying has led to increased suicides and truancy passed a resolution Friday calling attention to the problem.

Dealing with Cyberbullying: 5 Essential Parenting Tips
Healthland asked two bullying experts — Elizabeth Englander, author of Understanding Violence, and Jonathan Singerat the Temple University School of Social Work — for tips for helping parents teach kids to avoid, cope with and understand the harm of digital abuse: (click link.)

Social network bullying
Cyber bullying has been occurring in the teen generation all throughout schools and teens in the world. There’s two components of cyber bulling, the person bulling and the victim. 


Police apologize to teenage bullying victim after waiting three months to take her statement (Whales)
Shauna Rooke, from Bridgend, was left ‘black and blue’ after the attack, in which three girls kicked her repeatedly. After the beating, she lay helpless on a dual carriageway while cars went speeding past and said she believed she would die.

Henderson students take to Web to air dirty laundry: Topix site puts end to bullying, notifies high school officials
Some students at Henderson County High School used their Web-enabled “smart” phones to post bullying and harassing statements on an Internet site while they were on campus last week.



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