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July 25, 2011

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Kimbriell Kelly

I think that so many people focus on how kids are being bullied at school and in the last several months it's become clearer that more and more youth are being harrassed online. Thanks for sharing your story and bringing attention to this serious issue.

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Great post, do you mind if I re-blog this (with full attribution and linking)? I really want to share it with my readers, they would find it very useful.

Noe Gil

@CYBERBULLYING I do not mind you posting this article. Thanks for having an interest.

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No offense, but if there's a facebook like button, it'll be much easier for me to share.

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Even bullying goes online and that is enormously bad most especially for the kids. I just hope that the Facebook team will take precautionary actions about this wildfire issue.

Carolin Newmeyer

Since social media like this one tend to be the realm of teens, adults and parents may feel separated from this world. But their children's online presence should serve as an invitation for parents to try creating accounts in these sites, if only to monitor their child. Cyber-bullying can be as bad as actual bullying.

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