Attacked Online

Lundsten, Apryl
August 2010
Girls' Life;Aug/Sep2010, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p76
The article focuses on the increasing crime of cyberbullying. It informs that in the U.S., there are more number of girls than boys who are facing the problem of cyberbullying. The experiences of several girls who have faced the same are given. It tells that cyberbullies torture their victims with the help of texting and posting comments on social networking websites. A reader of the periodical says that she got full support from her family and friends when she was in the same situation.


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