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Use the report button

A video on the importance of using the report button when you see cyber bullying


Written by Adam O'Dwyer | View this authors Twitter page and posted in opinion


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One in four children are targeted by cyberbullies, with 350,000 suffering persistent torment. Cyber bullying on the Facebook timeline has become an everyday occurrence and it seems that it is now accepted as the norm. It makes me angry to see that openly harassing people is looking like the new way to "fish for likes".

We can't just stand by and watch others get hurt when helping literally takes the click of one button.

"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter" - Martin Luther King.

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Published June 5th, 2013
Last updated October 28th, 2015
Tags facebook cyber bullying cyberbullying
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