A growing number of states -- including Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine and New York -- are considering enacting laws against cyberbullying following tragic incidents involving students. Under legislation proposed in Indiana, schools could punish students for off-campus speech, and in 2009, North Carolina updated its law to make cyberbullying a misdemeanor for those younger than 18. However, experts say the laws raise questions over enforcement and free speech rights.

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