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Cyber bullies becoming a more common problem

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. --When we were kids, we knew who the bullies were, but today your kids face a different kind of bully. It's hidden in a maze of technology.

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calvin1972 - 5/19/2010 10:50 PM
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These teacher need to control these kids and school board need to do something about these teacher about making it right and stand up to teach them about the world.

Mimi47 - 5/19/2010 5:36 AM
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If these kids turned their phones and/or their computers off...there would be no problem! If someone is harassing you on the phone, it's easy enough to just hang up...same with computers...turn it off!

Realchange - 5/19/2010 1:22 AM
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Quote:Thirteen year old Megan Meier also took her own life; her suicide linked to internet bullying by a neighborhood mom posing as a teen boy: End quote This person got off when sent to trial. She told the girl she would be better off if she was dead and thinks to this day she did no wrong. Fraudlantly pretending to be someone on the internet should be a serious crime. I am not saying you can't be annonmous to protect yourself etc. What I am saying is you shouldn't be allowed harrass someone under another identity.
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