Efforts ramp up to stop cyberbullying

03/1/2013 | CNN

The cyberbullying epidemic increasingly is affecting students -- on social media and beyond -- with about one-quarter of teenagers reportedly having experienced cyberbullying at some point, according to one researcher. Experts and advocates recommend keeping a record of online bullying and showing evidence, such as an e-mail or Facebook communication, to a trusted adult. The organization WeStopHate.org also provides a place where victims of bullying can connect, find resources and share their stories.

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