A new survey shows that over a third of teenagers in Ireland using social media stay glued to screens to see if anyone has commented, ‘favourited’ or ‘liked’ content they post.
As part of Safer Internet Day, Bully Stoppers expert and clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller answered questions from Victorian school students and parents on an online blog on the Herald Sun’s website.
Before Christmas I took part in an online interactive theatre experience where audience members had to select an individual for interrogation based only their name, date of birth, gender and photo.
According to a recent survey by Action for Children, approximately 60 per cent of young people admitted to bullying others online, in order to fit in with the crowd.
Police are visiting every school in Wales to warn pupils of the dangers of “sexting”.
Sexting is the new form of “flirty fun” and children are starting younger and younger, warns a leading researcher in the field.
Washington Parish Sheriff Randy Seal cautions parents about a new social media tool that has emerged in Washington Parish and is being used as a mechanism for bullying.
According to new Danish research published in the scientific periodical Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the risk of suffering from depression is increased by a factor of nine among those who are the victims of bullying.
A high school student snaps an intimate photo of herself and sends it to her boyfriend, but then frets after they break up about what might happen to it
Some children are relentlessly bullied with no respite, as social media channels permeate the home and school environment. BullyingUK share their advice on how to deal with cyberbullying.