Ask The Experts: Parents Guide To Deal With Online Bullying

Cyber-bullying is not a fully understood phenomenon and adults are still observing it to develop an idea about this trend. To help parents cope with this trend, experts are voicing their opinion. Read full article

November 07th, 2014 06:45 am


Cyberbullying Alive and Running in Poor Neighborhoods

A University of Michigan study has shown cyberbullying to be prevalent in both poor and rich neighborhoods. The trend is spread across the entire society and stopping it should be the first priority. Read full article

October 02nd, 2014 13:28 pm


Cyberbullying Rules the Roost in 2014

Online bullying has increased rapidly since 2013 and has destroyed the lives of many children. Parents and schools are putting their heads together to find ways to prevent incidents of cyberbullying. Read full article

September 19th, 2014 08:17 am


Private Company Stands up to Cyberbullying

Private companies are not looking for profit all the time, at least some of them are not. A company donates money to charities that fight online bullying by marketing anti-bullying toolkit for kids. Read full article

July 09th, 2014 12:30 pm


Sane voices under attack by trolls on the prowl

The anonymity and freedom of speech offered by Twitter is often abused by teens. They exploit the opportunity to harass members, supporters and even sympathizers of liberal groups. Read full article

June 12th, 2014 12:24 pm


The Nightmare Continues Online for Teen Girls

Teen girls are regularly subjected to gender-based harassment in schools. Unfortunately, the torture continues to chase them even on the Internet. Concerned adults can save them from this torment. Read full article

June 06th, 2014 14:33 pm


Password security lapse spell big trouble

Failing to vigilantly protect the passwords to their online accounts can make teens vulnerable to several forms of cyberbullying. Parents need to warn their kids of the consequences of carelessness. Read full article

June 06th, 2014 14:25 pm


'Mean Girls' a bigger threat in cyber space than in real world

According to research, adolescent girls are more prone towards cyberbullying than traditional bullying. It’s important that parents realize the threat and take measures to control and prevent it. Read full article

June 05th, 2014 13:56 pm


A misunderstood form of cyberbullying on the loose

Trolling is becoming somewhat of a norm on social media, posing a great threat to online safety of kids. However, there’s yet to be a consensus on it being a form of cyberbullying. Read full article

June 05th, 2014 13:51 pm


Teens involved in substance abuse can be cyberbullies or cyberbullied

Different studies have shown that smoking marijuana and consuming alcohol can be linked to cyberbullying among high school teenagers. Parents should take this into account. Read full article

June 04th, 2014 12:13 pm