A Q&A session during the Google I/O conference indicates that Google are paying attention to comments posted on YouTube, and could be contemplating changing the commenting system to crack down.
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A Chicago first-grader has stirred the global online community into action over a case of schoolyard bullying. The story of young Katie Goldman first came to light with the publishing of a ChicagoNow story early last...
Teenager Austin Stewart did something a friend didn't like and the next thing she knew "a nonstop flood of hurtfulness" was posted about her on Facebook and other networking websites. "It was all about how...
Bully is "no worse than Just William", claims publisher - but expect an adult rating. Anti-bullying charities have strongly criticised Rockstar's Bully, pointing out that children commit suicide over issues which the...
One in six workers in the UK has been bullied via e-mail, according to a new study. A poll conducted by internet job site reed.co.uk showed that e-mail bullying is on the...