Study: 28% of UK students experience online bullying

02/6/2012 | Daily Mail (London), The

As many as 28% of students ages 11 to 16 report having been the victims of some form of cyberbullying, according to a new study in the United Kingdom. The study found text-messaging, YouTube and social networks to be the most common vehicles for the bullying, with about 20% of those who were bullied saying the incidents had made them reluctant to attend school.

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