David Daggett speaks about Cyber Bullying: “Cyber bullying is causing problems for today’s teens. Over 43 percent of teens say they have been cyber bullied, and one in four have had it happen more than once. It is becoming easier for teens to bully each other online with the heavy use of cell phones and social media. Cyber bullying is when a young person is tormenting, threatening, harassing or even embarrassing another young person using the Internet or other technologies. This can be sending cruel text messages or emails, spreading rumors on social media, posting messages about a person that are mean and hurtful or sending pictures through texts or the internet. There are legal ramifications if you are caught cyber bullying. If a person is texting, the number and sender can be tracked, and the bully could face criminal charges.It would be nice is everyone would follow the three R’s: Respect for self, respect for others and responsibility for all your actions. Let’s stop Cyber Bullying.”

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