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cyber-bullying - is this it?

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by jweb2k, Mar 25, 2012.

  1. This. As much as I understand your concerns, this isn't a school issue. However, asking the school to consider running an e-safety session for all pupils might be a good step.
  2. Apart from my childish comment above, I have kept out of this but.....

    Why don't you do the obvious thing and just stop your son using it?

    It's a silly waste of time which adds nothing to his life and, as you have found out, it's negatives outweigh its non-existent positives.


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