Social media site allows for anonymous bullying posts

06/17/2013 | CJAD-AM (Montreal)

A new social media outlet, known as a Spotted Facebook page, allows for anonymous posting -- making it an increasingly popular way to bully and insult students, school officials say. Tania Avrith, educational technology and digital citizenship lead teacher at the Lester B. Pearson School Board in Canada, said it is important for educators to take a primary role in teaching students about the effects of such online behavior.

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