Cyberbullying 101

With a lot of the attention in the media focused on horrific bullying cases, I thought it was important for us to step back and take a black and white approach to sharing the basics of cyberbullying, and why coming…

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Mom Sues Kids for Attacking Son Online

Parents, Here’s another example why eliminating anonymity and holding members accountable for their actions is so important; another reason why parental consent should be required for kids and teens participating on social networking sites. As reported by the Chicago Tribune,…

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Wrapping Up The First Big Cyberbullying Case

I’m sure many of you have followed the tragic story of Megan Meier, which brought national attention to the then mostly unknown crime of cyberbullying. Lori Drew, the 50 year old mother of one of Megan’s former friends created a…

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How Informed Are You About Bullying?

It’s important as parents that we talk to our kids about bullying – online or offline. But how much do you really know about bullying? Is bullying likely to take place at school or off campus? Would your child tell…

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