When are schools liable for cyberbullying?

08/15/2013 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Extending wireless Internet access to school playgrounds could hold schools liable if students use the connection for cyberbullying, according to University of Canberra legal experts Amy Dwyer and Patricia Easteal. In a recent report, the academics found that schools could be liable for cyberbullying that occurs on school grounds, during school hours or using school-issued technology.

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