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Christchurch teenager ordered to delete Facebook accounts after schoolgirl's death - The Press

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Christchurch teenager ordered to delete Facebook accounts after schoolgirl's death
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A judge has ordered a teenager to delete her Facebook accounts after she sent harmful messages to a schoolgirl who later died in a suspected suicide. The teen, who has statutory name suppression because of her age, has met with the victim's family and ...

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'WORDS DO MATTER' | Mother fights cyberbullying, 6 years after daughter's suicide - Fox Baltimore

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'WORDS DO MATTER' | Mother fights cyberbullying, 6 years after daughter's suicide
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Her daughter, Grace, died by suicide six years ago. Grace was a victim of cyberbullying and sexual harassment. Her death inspired Grace's Law, a proposed Maryland law that makes it illegal to bully any minor on the internet or through mobile devices ...

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Traveling basketball team brings message of anti-bullying to Winston-Dillard schools - NRToday.com

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Traveling basketball team brings message of anti-bullying to Winston-Dillard schools
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“It goes anywhere from cyberbullying to just remarks down the hallway.” He said cyberbullying has become very prevalent. “It's a terrible thing that something as useful as the internet can be used to put people down,” he said. Junior Mackenzie Gillis ...

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Bullies And Their Targets The Same In Surprising Number of Cases ... - Patch.com

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Bullies And Their Targets The Same In Surprising Number of Cases ...
Patch.com
When The Bullies And Their Targets Are The Same - Across America, US - Cyberbullying is a complex issue. In a surprising number of cases, the aggressor and target are the same. It's called "digital self-harm."
Study Finds Bullies and Their Targets the Same in Many Cases ...CBS Detroit

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