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  • Social networks fined over cyberbullying
  • Social networks fined over cyberbullying
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Social networks fined over cyberbullying

Bullying is an unfortunate staple in everybody’s life growing up – whether they're dealing it out, taking it or observing it. But as it increasingly transcends the boundaries of the schoolyard to manifest in new ways online, who should be responsible for protecting the vulnerable and impressionable?

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