N. Ireland schools address cyberbullying

11/14/2011 | BBC

To recognise anti-bullying week, about 650 schools in Northern Ireland will address the issue of cyberbullying, in which mobile phones, online gaming and other technology are used to exhibit bullying behaviour. Between 15% and 17% of students surveyed in Northern Ireland reported being victims of cyberbullying, but some teachers say the problem is more widespread.

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