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Anne Bubnic

Facebook rolls out anti-bullying tools with White House support - 5 views

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    A new reporting tool will let Facebook users, including teens and younger users, to privately report troubling content not just to the site itself but to parents, teachers and others in their support system. And an improved Safety Center, due out in the next few weeks, will provide educational videos, articles and other content created by bullying experts to help adults address the problem.
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Video Stream of White House Bullying Prevention Summit 3/10/11 - 2 views

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    Missed Facebook DC Live from the White House yesterday? Check out this video-on-demand with President Obama's Domestic Policy Advisor Melody Barnes, Facebook Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan, author and teen behavior expert Rosalind Wiseman, and MTV Vice President of Public Affairs Jason Rzepka.
Anne Bubnic

Letters to a Bullied Girl: Messages of Healing and Hope - 1 views

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    Emily and Sarah Buder were honored at the White House on March 10th for supporting a young girl who was cyberbullied by starting a positive letter writing campaign. They later turned their efforts into a book, which is filled with letters from those who were bullied (or who were doing the bullying). It should be required reading for all middle schoolers.

    See the related story: http://bit.ly/h937uN
Anne Bubnic

StopBullying.gov - 0 views

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    New government bullying prevention website unveiled at the White House on 3/10/11 by the Dept of Health Resources & Services. Provides info on programs and materials that can help schools and communities expand their own anti-bullying initiatives. Emphasizes intervention, role of bystanders etc.
Anne Bubnic

Google Ordered to Reveal Bullies' Names - 2 views

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    Carla Franklin, who believed she was cyberstalked, is claiming victory in a case involving harassment when defamatory comments about her were posted online. A Manhattan judge has ruled that Google must release the names of the online tormentors who made the crude comments about Franklin, a 34-year-old businesswoman.
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