Monthly Archives: October 2011

Online Safety Campaign by Google

Google has teamed up with the Citizen’s Advice Bureau in Britain to launch an online safety campaign. According to The Telegraph newspaper this is the first time Google has actively promoted something that is not a product. Anthony House, Google’s … Continue reading

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Cure The Bullies: Bystander Behaviour Tackled

One of the motivations to pick on someone or bully them is a sense of power. This is increased with attention or an audience. Onlooker or bystander bullying online is a growing issue and often not viewed as a form … Continue reading

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Cyberbullying: the Differences between Boys and Girls

Adolescence is all about learning how to get along and become a part of society. Part of learning how to get along inevitably involves fighting and falling out with friends and acquaintances, but when negative behaviour become persistent and sustained … Continue reading

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