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With cyberbullying on the rise, here's how to guard your teen against the perils of social media - The Sun

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With cyberbullying on the rise, here's how to guard your teen against the perils of social media
The Sun
Today, we highlight the problem, outline the latest apps and look at how you can keep kids safe online. ... Now the pair, from Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, have produced a powerful series of photos with the words used by bullies written on Sasha's face.

Britain will introduce new laws for social media companies to tackle cyberbullying and online child exploitation - Firstpost

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Firstpost

Britain will introduce new laws for social media companies to tackle cyberbullying and online child exploitation
Firstpost
Launching a consultation on what measures should be used to ensure the safety of those using the internet, Hancock said the government would publish a white paper — a policy document that sets out proposals for future legislation — later this year ...
UK Government Pledges To Tackle “Wild West” InternetSilicon UK
Teens could be limited to two hours a day on Facebook or playing video games like FortniteThe Sun
Politics: Teenagers might be restricted to 2 hours a day on Fb or taking part in video video games like FortniteStandard Republic

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Popular professional climber from Colorado has her own message for cyberbully - 9News.com KUSA

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Popular professional climber from Colorado has her own message for cyberbully
9News.com KUSA
She “broke the climbing internet”, one online columnist wrote. Sasha DiGiulian made waves with one single Instagram post. First, the backstory. DiGiulian had just returned home from Europe. She was supposed to be on a climbing trip there. But she got a ...

Geelong Football Club, Headspace run program to encourage online safety for Year 7 students - Geelong Advertiser

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Geelong Football Club, Headspace run program to encourage online safety for Year 7 students
Geelong Advertiser
The program was started in 2012 in response to the death of Geelong Cats cheer squad member and Western Heights student Chanelle Rae who took her own life after she was cyber bullied. Pallbearer at Ms Rae's funeral and Cyber Cats founder Corey ...

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