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Op-Ed: The privacy & anti-bullying bills that ruin privacy and bully us

Two conspicuously named bills that are currently being reviewed in the Senate and House of Commons are quite troublesome — Canadians need to take note.

Cyber-bullying victim wins partial victory, can remain anonymous

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that a 15-year old girl can pursue her cyber-bullies, without having to give up her identity. The court decided unanimously, the girl deserves to be protected from further victimization by having her name released.

Teenage volunteers to help police in Facebook trial

Thames Valley Police have announced that they are to begin a trial in an effort to reduce cyber bullying. The scheme will run in the Reading area and will last for three months.

Should the Lori Drew Cyberbullying Decision Be Overturned?

Young Megan Meier hung herself after she was spurned by her MySpace boyfriend. The boyfriend never existed. He was a creation of the mother of one of Megan’s classmates. The mother, Lori Drew, was found guilty Tuesday of creating a fake persona.

When Life Handed This Mom A Rotten Lemon, She Chose To Educate Children

The story of the young girl who hung herself after being bullied on her MySpace account created national attention. But for the mother of Megan, it prompted her to spread the word about cyberbullying, a national problem that is reaching epic proportions.

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