All posts tagged "Cyberbullying"
N.J. Parents Sue School District After Daughter’s Suicide
The family believes that the school didn't do enough to help 12-year-old Mallory Grossman.
Can Twitter Ban Donald Trump for Cyberbullying?
Some people believe Trump's tweets at "Morning Joe" hosts qualify as cyberbullying.
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North Carolina Supreme Court Strikes Down Cyberbullying Statute
Free speech trumps protections against cyberbullying in NC.
NYPD Arrests Teenager for Threats Made Using Emojis
Emojis can now land you in prison, if police read them as a threat.
Bullying in Schools: Who Gets the Blame?
Bullying is a big issue. When it happens, whose fault is it?
Technology and the Bullying Epidemic: The Case of Yik Yak
Between laptops, cellphones, tablets, and iPads, students have more access to technology than ever before, and this comes...
Cyberbullying Knows No Socioeconomic Bounds
One of the greatest fears of parents today is that their child or teen will be the victim...
Illinois Tries to Expand Cyberbullying Laws Outside of Schools
Millennials love the Internet, and most can tell you that from a young age, bullying was as present...