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Man accused of cyberbullying Amanda Todd sentenced in Holland

Amsterdam - A 38-year-old Dutch man facing charges in Canada in relation to cyberbullying Amanda Todd was sentenced to 11 years by a court in the Netherlands for similar crimes. He is awaiting extradition to Canada to face charges in relation to Todd.

Amanda Todd case: Dutch man can be extradited to Canada

Amsterdam - A Dutch court has ruled a 38-year-old man who is facing charges in Canada in the cyberbullying of 15-year-old Amanda Todd that led to her suicide can be extradited to Canada to face charges laid by the RCMP.

RCMP lay charges in cyberbullying of Amanda Todd

Vancouver - The RCMP in Coquitlam, British Columbia announced several charges have been laid against a man currently in custody in the Netherlands. Amanda Todd, 15, took her own life in October 2012 after being extorted and bullied on the Internet.

B.C. launches website for students to report bullying

Vancouver - At an anti-bullying conference yesterday, held just over a month after the death of 15-year-old Amanda Todd, the province announced the creation of the website and other anti-bullying strategies.

TopFinds: Romney's 'binders full of women' trends, bullying kills

A Mitt Romney statement goes viral across the world. A teen girl in Canada kills herself due to incessant bullying. How a woman lived a full year according to Biblical laws. These are the top stories on Digital Journal.

Toronto teen faces several charges in sexting incident

Toronto - In circumstances similar to the well publicized case of Amanda Todd, the youth is alleged to have obtained sexually explicit photos of a young girl he met online, threatened her, and then distributed the pictures.

Investigation into Amanda Todd bullying delayed by rumours, scams

Port Coquitlam - Since announcing an investigation into the bullying of the 15-year-old girl who took her own life last week, and creating a dedicated email account, the RCMP have received thousands of tips. But they are plagued by online rumours and scams.

Hacker group Anonymous names alleged Amanda Todd bully

New Westminster - The hacker group known as Anonymous has named a person who allegedly drove 15-year-old Amanda Todd to commit suicide on Oct. 10.

Op-Ed: It's time to take action against bullying

Ottawa - Canadian MPs will debate a motion to devise a federal anti-bullying strategy. But critics of the debate point out that time and money should not be wasted on more studies. Action is needed now.

Bullying of Amanda Todd continues after her death

Port Coquitlam - The type of nasty online comments that are believed to have played a role in the 15-year-old's suicide on Wednesday are now appearing on social media pages set up to pay tribute to the troubled girl.

RCMP announces investigation into death of Amanda Todd

Port Coquitlam - On the same day the story of Amanda's bullying, cyberbullying, and suicide was extensively covered in the media, the Lower Mainland District RCMP announced a full investigation will be undertaken.

B.C. girl, 15, who posted anti-bullying video commits suicide

Port Coquitlam - Five weeks after posting a video on YouTube about how she had been bullied and cyberbullied, Amanda Todd, 15, took her own life.

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Amanda Todd saying she has nobody and she needs someone. She was cyber-bullied and committed suicide
Amanda Todd saying she has nobody and she needs someone. She was cyber-bullied and committed suicide
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