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We will be discussing cyberbullying in the context of if school systems have any recourse to combat cyberbullying that occurs off campus without infringing on the first amendment. Students first amendment rights while on school premises are curbed to a degree to foster the learning experience. Off campus students are essentially given the full protections of the 1st amendment. Can or should schools be able to punish students for activity on the internet that occurs off campus and does not violate other laws/ regulations (ie underage drinking fighting)? Would like to bring up some highly publicized cases of cyberbullying and address some of the laws being passed as well as some that have already been struck down as to broad on this topic.
7:00pm-8:00pm Stop the Violence
Topic: Cyberbullying with Host Dee
Huffington Post Columnist Rachel Thompson and Writer/Critic Bennet Pomerantz discuss the issues of the day
Since we have great and well recieved show regard Cyberbullying last week, we are having a second show because the audience wants and requests it
Our guest again tonight is Jay Donovan. He's on twitter @JayTechDad
we will be open to the audience to take call and yahoo messages with your questions and comments
Join me for a conversation with Oliver Miao, CEO of Pixelberry.
From cyberbullying to body image, teens deal with a lot of issues and pressures. The new Pixelberry game, High School Story, has a storyline that teaches teens how to deal with these common problems, and over 100 teens per week are able to connect with professional counselors through the game’s in app resource. Pixelberry CEO Oliver Miao will explain how games like High School Story can help teens recognize and deal with issues such as cyberbulling and body image.
Learn more about the video game and how teens are learning how to handle difficult situations with the help of apps like High School Story.
To find out more about High School Story, go to http://www.highschoolstory.com/
Cyberbullying is the act of directing threatening or disparaging information at a target child using Information and Communications Technology. Cyberbullying is harmful, repeated and hostile behavior intended to taunt, embarrass, deprecate & defame a targeted child. Dissimilar to classic bullying, cyberbullying includes Cyberbullying by proxy, which is when a cyberbully encourages or persuades others to engage in deprecating and harassing a target child. www.iPredator.co. As author of the Information Age Forensics construct, iPredator, and internet safety website, www.iPredator.co, Dr. Nuccitelli discusses why some children are prone to cyberbullying and why some cyberbullies grow into adult iPredators.
Bullies have always been a nuisance to other people. Most people endure bullying in their school age years. The creation of the internet has been a great thing. The internet has brought a new form on bullying that is new and very destructive to the person being bullied. Cyberbullying has caused people public shame before the world. Some people are bullied so much that they commit suicide. We want to talk about this issue and bring info on laws that were inacted to protect your from online bullies.
The news media talk a lot about "cyberbullying" as a threat to youth. What is cyberbullying, what can be done to prevent it, and how do cyberbullying cases play out in the legal system?
Our guest is Eric Drogin, the 2011-2012 Chair of the American Bar Association Section of Science & Technology Law. He has served as Chair of the Behavioral and Neuroscience Law Committee of the Section.
This show is another "Year of the Mind" program of the Section of Science & Technology Law this year.
Today show will be about if money is important to some ppl. How cyberbullying is not cool, and also can good sex make a bad relationship work
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Home of McGruff the Crime Dog, the National Crime Prevention Council’s mission is to be the nation's leader in helping people keep themselves, their families, and their communities safe from crime. To achieve this, NCPC produces tools that communities can use to learn crime prevention strategies, engage community members, and coordinate with local agencies.
One of NCPC’s primary initiatives centers on preventing cyberbullying – what parents, educators and kids can do to combat the prevalence of bullying online and resolve interpersonal conflicts in a peaceful and respectful manner. Michelle Boykins from NCPC will speak about cyberbullying as part of the series on youth violence in support of the National Campaign to Prevent Youth Violence.
Michelle Boykins, Director of Communications at the National Crime Prevention Council, directs all operational aspects for promotions, media relations, and public service advertising symbolized by McGruff the Crime Dog®, his nephew Scruff®, and the “Take A Bite Out Of Crime®” slogan. The million-dollar public service campaign provides a tremendous return on investment by receiving an average of $60 million in donated media support.