Proposed legislation referred to as the "Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act" is said to be aimed at preventing cyber-bullying, but does this law go too far?
In this first of two articles to support Anti-Bullying Week, national coordinator, Luke Roberts, explains how teasing becomes cyber-bullying, why it’s so prolific and how we should tackle it.
The Report button is just one tool in Facebook's new Bullying Prevention Hub. It will put help at victims' fingertips at the moment they need it most. Let's hope that the move helps to curb the horrible tide of bullying.
The 22-year-old US woman from Michigan tweeted and Instagrammed a photo of herself at work, dressed as a blood-covered runner. The backlash has been brutal, including getting fired and receiving death threats long after she apologized.
A 15-year-old Canadian girl from Nova Scotia has pleaded guilty to a vicious, planned attack on a female, autistic student, and an attorney is seeking to ban her from social media as part of her sentencing.
Two girls - ages 12 and 14 - have been arrested in connection with the bullying of Florida teen, Rebecca Ann Sedwick, after the 14-year-old allegedly bragged on Facebook about her part in Rebecca's death, signing the post with a little red heart.
The two 18-year-olds were arrested on Thursday and have been charged with child abuse imagery crimes over the alleged cyber-bullying of Rehtaeh Parsons.
Police are asking people not to reveal the accused's identities, which the alleged rapists' own family and friend had previously done via an open Facebook group in support of the boys.
Facebook, under pressure to educate teenagers on staying safe on the site, has teamed up with 19 US attorneys general to launch a privacy public awareness campaign. But can these resources actually help?
The FBI is taking its lead from popular online games like World of Warcraft with a new online safety education program for school age children that's light on content, but heavy on scrolls and whacky, animated characters.