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Cyberbullying 2.0

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Six Carson City school girls were arrested for posting an "Attack A Teacher" Facebook event. The girls claimed it was a joke, but the local sheriff and school district took the post seriously. The site had threatening comments, and 18 students clicked "Yes," they would attend. Typically, students have harassed other students. Is this a new form of cyberbullying? How is it changing the classroom? And who's ultimately responsible for policing kids online? The experts weigh in. Tell us what you think.

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Justin Patchin, Co-dir, Cyberbullying Research Center; Assoc Prof of Criminal Justice, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

  • ABC News: 6 Girls Arrested in Facebook Teacher Attack Invite
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