Latest News on Cyberbullying


May 2nd, 2011

How to Avoid Raising a Bully
Parents who don't want their children to become bullies should stay positive, talk to their kids and meet their children's friends. That's according to new research presented May 1 at the annual meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies in Denver. 

Who's Watching Your Children?
With the world becoming more digital by the second, and with more kids having easy access to the internet, it's becoming more and more important to educate children about the dangers of online predators. Experts say it's not just kids putting themselves at risk. Parents can unintentionally make their kids a target.

New Ways Of Responding To Bullies
Help your children try different body language so they look more confident and sure of themselves. Have them put their shoulders back, hands at sides (not crossed as that indicates defiance) open smile and a confident walk.

Utah's new anti-bullying legislation to take effect in new school year
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - Utah's recently enacted Senate Bill 304, a law that prohibits "cyber-bullying" has yet to be tested. The bill expanded the definition of bullying to include online intimidation and threats.

'Sexting,' molesting case ends with 30-year sentence
MUNCIE -- A Muncie man who had sex with his then-girlfriend's 13-year-old daughter after exchanging lewd text messages with the girl has been sentenced to 30 years in prison. Ryan Nathaniel Myers, 31, had pleaded guilty in December to child molesting, a Class A felony that carried a standard 30-year sentence.



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