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Jo Smith & Hannah Smith,Bivtims to trolls of ask.fm

Should we ban ASK.FM?

Before we look to Ask.FM to blame for the high number of cyber-bullying suicides over the last 18 months, we first need to evaluate the relationship ASK.FM has as a social media website has with its victims? Ask.FM is in the same league as other social network sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google +,… Read More »

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Hannah Smith

Hannah Smith another victim to ASK.FM Cyber-bullying

Hannah Smith 14 years of age died tragically by suicide on Friday 3rd August 2013 at her home in Lutterworth, Leicester, England. Hannah is no different to any other teenager who loves to socialise on Social media sites such as Ask.FM. Children live on social media to keep in contact with their friends and family,… Read More »

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cyberbullying, who am i talking to online

Three Things Parents Can Do To Minimize The Risk for Summer Cyberbullying

Cyberbullies don’t take the summer off. With more time on their hands to engage in social media, here are a few prevention tips for parents to use as “dinner conversation” with their kids to identify and prevent certain types of cyberbullying tactics this summer. Photos: “Pays To Be Paranoid”: So many adults are like “Eghhh… Read More »

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Ghyslain Raza, Star Wars Kid

Cyberbullying Videos: When Entertainment Trumps Empathy

  This is a guest blog from Kay Stephens of www.CyberSlammed.com             When I speak to school kids about a particular form of cyberbullying, I admit I play a little “gotcha” game with them. They never see it coming. Who is the The Star Wars Kid? First, I show them… Read More »

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Paris Brown, Ann Barnes, Ken Police, Youth Crime Commissioner Kent, Twitter scandal Britain

Paris Brown demonstrates how online reputation is important

  The early weeks of April 2013 was a time to celebrate for 17 year old Paris Brown from Sheerness in Kent who beat off competition from 164 other applicants to become first youth crime commissioner for the Britain. A moment in time any 17 year old would be so proud of their achievement at… Read More »

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