Topics :: cyber-bullying
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By Shaun Knittel | Monday Dec 17, 2012
GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews about nonprofit organizations, has honored the anti-bullying group Free2Luv with a prestigious 2012 Top-Rated Award.
By Vince Pellegrino | Monday Aug 27, 2012
It wasn’t enough that many of us had to endure incessant bullying when we were growing up; now researchers are finding that the effects last well into adulthood. But you can fight the effects -- by standing up for yourself & others.
By Shaun Knittel | Thursday Aug 16, 2012
Facebook & other websites are finally facing up to the fact that teens are using social media for cyberbullying and are taking steps to prevent it -- or at least make it easy for victims to get help.
By Shaun Knittel | Thursday May 10, 2012
As online gaming has grown in popularity, gay teens may find themselves the victims of older cyber bullies. Like real-life bullying, the consequences can be dangerous. Parents need to know what’s going on on their kids’ computer screens.
By Shaun Knittel | Monday Apr 2, 2012
The jail time given to Dharun Ravi, whose hidden-webcam hook-up of his closeted gay roommate resulted in the exposed man killing himself, has become a cause celebré for those working to expose the not-so Brave New World of anti-gay cyberbullying.
By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Jul 14, 2011
: City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and representatives from the Departments of Education and Youth and Community Development are among those scheduled to attend the Cyber-Bullying Summit 2011 at the Times Center on Monday, July 18.
Monday Oct 18, 2010
Facebook is working with a gay-advocacy group to reduce the amount of hate speech and bullying on the online social hub.
By Samantha Henry | Wednesday Oct 6, 2010
Lawyers for one of the two Rutgers University students accused of secretly webcasting the sex life of a fellow freshman who later committed suicide said Tuesday that their client is innocent.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Oct 4, 2010
After months of online conduct that some see as cyber-stalking and others characterize as a form of anti-gay bullying, an assistant attorney general in Michigan faces disciplinary action.
By Kathy Barks Hoffman | Friday Oct 1, 2010
An assistant attorney general is using his personal blog to target the openly gay leader of the University of Michigan’s student assembly, calling him a racist with a "radical homosexual agenda." The lawyer claims that when he’s not at work, he has the right to say whatever he wants.
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