Cyberbullying: It Needs to Stop

Cyberbullying: bullying enacted using electronic technology. Whether by text messages or via social media, cyberbullying has dramatically increased over the past decade. It’s not only taking place within schools, it also takes place within military commands, on military installations and even down range. This month, National Bullying Prevention Month, we’re taking a stand against bullying to help stop this toxic, dangerous behavior.

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One Response to Cyberbullying: It Needs to Stop

  1. Randacious says:

    The Topix website is the king of all cyberbullying. Their forums are pure filth.

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