Wireless age expands cyberbullies' ability to torment

08/25/2004 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

As camera-equipped cell phones and text messaging grow in popularity, cyberbullying is expected to become more common among students, particularly those in middle schools. School officials find it's hard to intervene, because bullies often make threats outside school and easily duck responsibility by saying they've been impersonated by others online.

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