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72-hour-challenge follows up on Neknomination

  Cast your mind back to the beginning of 2014. The highlights on social media and the news as the fad that took global attention and caused great fear to all parents. This fad was Neknomination and it meant that people used social media to challenge people to drink large or dangerous amounts of alcohol… Read More »

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Teachers victims to children’s cyber-bullying tactics

When we hear of children being involved in bullying, whether its offline bullying or cyber-bullying, we automatically think of them bullying other children. A recent survey in the UK, has found that teachers are at the helm of their students bullying tactics online 27% of abusive cyber-bullying comments coming from parents A survey carried out,… Read More »

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Bully victim Simon Brooks death coincides with report on schools resources

Tuesday 1st April 2014, was the day that Julie Brooks said goodbye to her son Simon Brooks. Simon died after taking an overdose due to the extent of the bullying he was victim to at this local school in Wales, UK. He had spend 18 months of his days of life on earth being tortured… Read More »

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Ethel is Hot

Cyberbullying author launches Ethel Is HOT LOL, a new tween novel & giveaway on March 27

Guest Post by Kay Stephens of           U.S. author Kay Stephens has just released her first middle grade cyberbullying e-book titled Ethel Is Hot LOL (sMashup Press), featuring a twelve-year-old kid, Ethel, who gets duped by an all-out cyberbullying campaign orchestrated by two girls looking for YouTube fame. The novel… Read More »

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NAPD discover Cyber-bulling in Irish schools on the Increase

Over the first 2 months of January and February 2014, an Irish research company Amarch carried out research on 1000 parents and young people for the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals (NAPD). This study concluded that children of secondary schools in Ireland have been involved and seen an increase of Cyber-bullying since 2013… Read More »

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