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"Our daughter is dead. We're the surviving victims:" Rape, Bullying and Suicide, After a Viral Flood

Glen Canning is angry. It’s been a year and a half since his teenage daughter’s suicide in Nova Scotia, and he isn’t even allowed to write her name. 1,606 more words


Unmasking Cyberbullies with Social Media Listening

Every day for 20 minutes, Karen Masullo logs into her Social Relationship Platform  and begins to scan the conversations of strangers. They roll in by the dozens in real time, most harmless and uninteresting. 2,018 more words


Why We All Need to Worry About Revenge Porn


Over Labor Day weekend, celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton faced the nightmare of knowing the Internet was ogling their private, naked photos. 1,158 more words


Confronting My Cyberbully, 13 Years Later


When I was thirteen, I had a falling-out with my best friend, after which she tortured me over the Internet for the next three years. 2,293 more words


Teen Commits Suicide at School; School Allegedly Covered-Up Bullying

A Florida school plagued with allegations of bullying which led to the on-campus suicide of a 14-year-old boy deliberately ignored and in some cases hid student discipline issues to boost its image, according to an anonymous letter allegedly written by a staff member. 386 more words


YTCF is Online

Jada’s story inspired me to do something. I’ve been working towards this for months and finally decided to get a temporary website online now. The official site/domain has already been acquired, but I am having it professionally designed. 125 more words

25 Ways to Ask Your Kids 'So How Was School Today?' Without Asking Them 'So How Was School Today?'

SOURCE: This year, Simon is in fourth grade and Grace is in first grade, and I find myself asking them every day after school, “So how was school today?” And every day I get an answer like “fine” or “good,” which doesn’t tell me a whole lot. 531 more words