NYU’s research suggests that the parent-child relationship should be considered in cyberbullying interventions. More specifically: teens who perceive their parents to be loving and supportive are less likely to engage in cyberbullying behavior.
Harvard University student creates an anti-cyberbullying app called ReThink that analyzes messages before they are sent. What a brilliant idea! Accountability can make a difference.
Cyberbullying was the second-largest health concern among parents in 2020. Cyberbullying is a health concern. Let that sink in.
A Topeka, Kansas mother files a police report after discovering cyberbullying messages on Snapchat encouraging her 13-year-old son to self-harm. Encouraging someone else to commit suicide is one of the most severe examples of cyberbullying. We are proud of this mother’s commitment to her child’s safety and raising awareness about cyberbullying on Snapchat and all social media.
Yahoo Japan is trying a different approach to fight cyberbullying – AI. It will be interesting to see the effectiveness of this method and if other countries follow suit. Daily Alts