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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Viviane Tang tagged cyberbullying

As the White House held a summit on student bullying Thursday, two New Jersey lawmakers reintroduced a bill named for a Rutgers University student who committed suicide last year...Sen. Frank Lautenberg, the New Jersey Democrat who attended the White House event, and Rep. Rush Holt, D-Hopewell Township, reintroduced the Tyler Clementi Higher Education Anti-Harassment Act, which was originally introduced last November but didn’t advance in the final days of the previous Congress.

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In the wake of the continued legal wrangling over the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy and same-sex marriage; harassment of gay youth in schools; and anger over the use of a gay joke in the trailer for the Vince Vaughn film “The Dilemma,” the top of the pop music charts has become a refuge of unambiguous support for gay rights.

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Dharun Ravi, 18, of Plainsboro, and Molly Wei, 18, of Princeton, were charged with two counts each of invasion of privacy for setting up a camera in a dorm room on Sept. 19 and using it to view and transmit a live sex scene, said Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce Kaplan

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Suffolk police have arrested a Hauppauge woman they say harassed her neighbor and possibly the neighbor's 9-year-old daughter by posting a sexually suggestive ad on Craigslist and directing nearly two dozen calls from men seeking sex to the neighbor's home phone number.

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A Missouri woman who prosecutors say used a fake MySpace persona to "torment, harass, humiliate and embarrass" a 13-year-old girl who committed suicide was indicted on Thursday on federal charges.

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County Prosecutor Jack Banas, announcing his decision at a news conference here, said no charges could be applied under current law.

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She hung herself at age thirteen after the parents of one of her former classmates used MySpace to create a character named Josh Evans, who spent a few months flirting with her before abruptly turning on her and calling her a "slut" and a "bad person" etc

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