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more The Internet once was seen as a golden "information superhighway" transporting the next generation to the Promised Land.
Now it may feel more like a minefield -- seductive on the surface, but seeded with subterranean hazards.
But cyberbullying follows you wherever you go -- to your new school, to your grandmother's house." Whereas brawn is a prerequisite for schoolyard bullies, cyberbullies can come in all shapes and sizes.
Adolescents -- particularly girls -- have long exploited the rumor mill to humiliate a social outcast or a rival for a boy's attention. There are the online polls inviting participants to post salacious or critical assessments of their classmates -- as in "Who's the sluttiest girl at school ?
A look at the potential cyberhazards for kids/teenagers playing computer games.