New Zealand considers measures to curb cyberbullying

04/3/2013 | Stuff (New Zealand)

The Ministry of Education in New Zealand is proposing new regulations that would allow teachers to search and seize students' phones, iPads and other Internet-enabled devices to curb bullying among students. The move is backed by principals, who say they have seen an uptick in cyberbullying.

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