Yik Yak, a social media app is giving cyber bullying a new meaning by bringing online threats to reality.
Social media has given parents and schools a whole new issue to be concerned with. The effects of online bullying can be detrimental and long lasting, especially since comments made online can last forever.
One in four Irish teens has suffered cyber bullying, according to a new survey.
A leading psychiatrist is warning the rise in cyber-bullying and sexting among teenagers could lead to more adults with mental health problems.
Online bullying among children is rife and while the potentially life-long impact on those targeted by bullies must be addressed, we cannot ignore the needs of young perpetrators either.
Sexting or texting? Do you know what your children are typing when they’re hunched over their phones?
Protecting children online is now more difficult than ever due to the rise in popularity of photo-sharing apps, writes Helen O’Callaghan.
Teenagers working on a cyber-bullying project have told how ‘nearly everybody they know’ has been subject to online abuse of some description.
Protect and surf: Parents need to warn their children of the dangers they can encounter when surfing the web on their tablet.
PARENTS of schoolchildren who repeatedly bully others on the internet should face heavy fines, it has been suggested