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cyberbullies

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Facebook to reveal cyberbullies who harassed woman

The social network will release the identities of the Facebook members who bullied a U.K. woman online over comments she made about a a TV show contestant.

By Jun. 8, 2012

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Throwing the book at cyberbullies

New book explores the trend in child intimidation via the Internet and cell phones. Can parents get even with cyberbullies? What are they already doing wrong?

By Oct. 31, 2007

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When grown-ups turn cyberbullies

Teenage girl takes her own life after receiving taunts from a made-up boy on MySpace, raising legal, ethical, and journalistic questions and offering a cautionary tale for parents.

By Nov. 17, 2007

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Those sneaky teens: What they're really up to online

A new study from security firm McAfee finds that 70 percent of teenagers hid their online behavior from parents.

By Jun. 25, 2012

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What's behind the NY bills to ban anonymous online comments

commentary Let's take a closer look at proposed legislation in New York that would eradicate anonymous online speech. Whose interests are being served?

By May. 24, 2012

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Parents of MySpace hoax victim seek legal recourse

The parents of girl who committed suicide after a MySpace hoax said in a Today Show interview that they are still hoping some legal action can be taken against the adults who taunted their daughter.

By Nov. 19, 2007

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California lawmakers consider cyberbullying bill

School bullies who use the Internet or text messaging to harass fellow students could be kicked out of school under a bill being considered by the state Legislature.

By Aug. 11, 2008

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Indictment handed down in MySpace suicide case

Prosecutors file charges against a woman who allegedly posed as a teenage boy on MySpace.com to harass a teenage girl, who later committed suicide.

By May. 15, 2008

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Blogs, insults, and suicide

Reaction to the death of ad exec Paul Tilley runs the gamut, from those who blame bloggers to others who exonerate them, with a broader conversation on the ethics of online commentary.

By Mar. 3, 2008