How to get unwanted content off of popular social networking sites

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WTVM.com-Columbus, GA News Weather

August 20, 2013
Cyber bullying: How to get unwanted content off of popular social networking sites
By Brittany Dionne, WTVM

COLUMBUS, GA – Unfortunately for some, when school starts back, so does the bullying.

Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook connect people in more ways than one, and it’s not always a good thing. According to a study conducted by the I-safe Foundation, over 25 percent of adolescents and teens have been repeatedly bullied through their cell phones or the Internet.

One local family reached out to News Leader 9′s Brittany Dionne about a teenager who was being bullied online. The family declined to go on camera for fear of backlash, but they did ask a question that many families across the country may be asking as well: “What can I do?” [READ FULL STORY]


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