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The Cyber Bullying Canada Version

The Cyber Bullying Canada Version With our technology growing so rapidly it is no wonder that often the technology and crimes related to outpace the laws that we have in place. While there are plenty of laws that prohibit the harassment of a person in the face to face nature, there are still few that

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Cyber Bullying Facts Every Canadian Parent Should Know

Cyberbullying is a type of bullying that takes place on electronic devices, such as computers, tablets, video games systems, and cellphones. It involves posting or sending images or text design to embarrass, torment, or hurt another individual. With the prevalence of technology in the lives of children and teens today, it’s important that Canadian parents

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To Stop Cyber Bullying in Australia

How to Stop Cyber Bullying in Australia As with many types of technology, the internet has made many things better in our lives. Information is as close as a click and now we can communicate with our friends and family as quickly as we like no matter how far away they are. However, in other ways,

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Going Online for Help against Bullying

Finding Help Against Bullying Sticks and stones can break your bones, but words can never hurt you! There is absolutely no truth to that term; in fact, words have the crippling power to cut deeper than any physical affliction could. Bullying is a form of abuse; it is persistent harassment involving an aggressor or group

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Canadian Teens Face Charges in One of the Deadly Cyberbullying Cases

Speaking of cyberbullying cases, Two Canadian youngsters, both eighteen years of age, face serious charges in one of the tragic cyberbullying cases. The as-of-yet unidentified young men stored and distributed digital images of a young teen girl’s gang rape, prompting her to take her own life. In this story, Rehtaeh Parsons was gang-raped by four teenagers when she

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