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October 11, 2010 11:16 AM

Technology brings cyberbullying directly into the home

It's difficult to find a student in 2010 who doesn't text, tweet or go on Facebook every day. Some students and school officials say this ability to communicate constantly -- and if desired, anonymously -- is contributing to a growing problem among young people: cyberbullying.

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