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More cellphone use by children could mean more bullying — online and offline - Washington Post

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More cellphone use by children could mean more bullyingonline and offline
Washington Post
This study of about 4,500 elementary school children in the United States found that having a cellphone in school was associated with being involved with both bullying and cyberbullying, both as a bully and as a bully/victim. A “bully/victim” is a ...

Internet trolls found guilty of cyber bullying could face five years in jail thanks to new NSW crackdown - TVNZ

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Internet trolls found guilty of cyber bullying could face five years in jail thanks to new NSW crackdown
TVNZ
The suicide of an Australian teenager who was relentlessly bullied online has inspired new law changes to be implemented in New South Wales to combat cyberbullying and online trolls. Fourteen-year-old Dolly Everett took her life earlier this year after ...

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There's a downside to giving young kids cellphones — here are 6 ways to minimize the risk - Business Insider

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Business Insider

There's a downside to giving young kids cellphones — here are 6 ways to minimize the risk
Business Insider
But bullying and cyberbullying are more common concerns, and in my 2017 research, I found that that giving a young child a cellphone increases the likelihood that the child will either become a victim of bullying or a bully themselves. This study of ...

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Online trolls and cyberbullies in NSW face up to five years in jail under law change - ABC News

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Online trolls and cyberbullies in NSW face up to five years in jail under law change
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Laws will be strengthened to protect people from cyberbullying and online trolling and keep up with changes to technology, the New South Wales Government has announced. The changes aim to address an emerging trend of offenders threatening and ...
Dolly's Law: Trolls to face AVOs, five-year jail sentences under new NSW legislation9news.com.au
'No one should feel unsafe online': Parents of Akubra girl, 14, who took her own life speak out in support of ...Daily Mail
Five Years Prison For Cyber Bullying And Abuse Under New Lawsten daily

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Poll: Young Americans say online bullying a serious problem - Associated Press (press release) (blog)

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Poll: Young Americans say online bullying a serious problem
Associated Press (press release) (blog)
WETHERSFIELD, Conn. (AP) — Teens and young adults say cyberbullying is a serious problem for people their age, but most don't think they'll be the ones targeted for digital abuse. That's according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center ...

Young Americans say online bullying a problem - 13abc Action News

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Young Americans say online bullying a problem
13abc Action News
Roughly three-quarters of 15- to 26-year-olds say that online bullying and abuse is a serious problem for their peers. Seven percent of young people say they have already been a victim of cyberbullying, with young women (11 percent) more likely to say ...
Poll: Young Americans say online bullying a serious problemhays Post

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Monica Lewinsky is still fighting the world's bullies with help from celebrity pals - USA TODAY

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Monica Lewinsky is still fighting the world's bullies with help from celebrity pals
USA TODAY
Monica Lewinsky is launching another phase of her anti-bullying effort, making the former White House intern bullied during the Bill Clinton impeachment morass the most visible leader of efforts to reduce toxic online name-calling. Lewinsky, 45 ...
Monica Lewinsky Has a New Name This MonthVanity Fair

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