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April 9th, 2011

Did Two Lancashire Six Years Sexually Abuse Five Girls?
A LETTER sent to students’ homes at a Lancashire primary school responds to the local story that five girls have been sexually assaulted by two six-year-old boys.

Mean gossip website seen as cyber-bullying City police told U.S.-based site not illegal
It's a nasty gossip website that allows an anonymous commenter to call a 22-year-old Winnipeg woman "stupid" and a "joke" and then broadcast her photos to the world.

Expert: Bullying strong force on teens
"Someone who is isolated, and other kids are systematically picking them out and it is sustained over time — that is bullying." Ungar said bullying is a powerful force upon teenagers, who are dealing with hormones, creating social groups and gaining more freedom in their encounters with the community.

Texting still okay under sexual misconduct rules
The Virginia Board of Education has backed away from a proposal to prohibit teachers from using text messaging and social media to interact with students. Instead, the panel said such electronic communication must be “transparent” and “professional.”

Pct. 4 K-9 sniffs out alleged child predator
Around 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Montgomery County Pct. 4 Deputy J. Chapa went to a New Caney residence to arrest a man with three outstanding warrants for sexual abuse of children.

A Brief History of the Evolution of Social Technology
To truly appreciate social media and the ubiquitous nature of the Internet, the consumer must first remember the wireless networks’ distant and humble beginnings.



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