In last week’s PARADE, Rosalind Wiseman reported on “cyberbullying,” in which teens use online technology to hurt and humiliate each other. For young victims, cyberbullying can be as frightening as face-to-face aggression and cruelty. Cyberbullies use e-mail, instant-messages (IMs), cell phones, text messages, photos, videos and social networking sites to humiliate and threaten another.
Is cyberbullying a problem at your school? Have you or a friend been the victim of cyberbullying? What can schools or police do to stop it? Tell us your story.