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Published on Dec 3, 2008
From the Ad Council:
"What is named as the top school trouble of kids 8-15? Homework? Cafeteria food? Neither it's bullying. And with the rapid rise in electronic communications, cyberbullying using the Internet or mobile devices to send or post harmful or cruel text or images has become a serious issue.
The cyberbullying prevention campaign targets 12 and 13-year-olds, particularly girls, urging them to put an end to the cyberbullying chain. Tweens and teens can be lured into such behavior because it takes place in a virtual world. In fact, because they don't realize the tangible consequences, some don't even recognize these hurtful actions as bullying. These new PSAs including viral videos help them realize that if they wouldn't say it in person, they shouldn't say it online.
The bullying prevention campaign, launched in September 2004, features NCPC's beloved crime dog, McGruff. It is designed to counteract bullying at a young age by encouraging victims, witnesses and parents to take action to prevent the problem. Visitors to www.ncpc.org/cyberbullying can learn more about cyberbullying."
For more information about cyberbullying prevention please visit www.DisputeResolution.Ohio.gov