Cyber-bullying now just a part of life, most British children believe

Cyber-bullying has become so commonplace that more than half of children in Britain accept that it is part of everyday life, a new study says today.In a further sign of the growing problem surrounding online abuse among young people, a poll carried out by the Anti-Bullying Alliance found that 55 per cent of children were resigned to the fact that cyber-bullying was normal practice. see:Young net users engage in ‘risky’ behaviour
Many children aged nine to 11 are indulging in very risky behaviour online, suggests a survey.Many are sharing personal information and playing games rated for much older children, found the survey drawn up by the ISC2 IT security education group.

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