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Jason Glassberg: Why you need to talk to your kids about ‘sextortion’

If you are a parent, please take note. You need to talk to your kids about “sextortion.” Not in a few months, not in a few years, but now. Right …

Self-harm rises sharply among tween and young teen girls, study shows

Among rising self-harm rates for all women, the 10-14 range saw a much larger increase.

Report: Idaho is leading state in cyberbullying

One in five Idaho high school students say they have been cyberbullied, according to the latest Youth Risk Behavior Survey taken by the Idaho Department of Education. The 21.1 percent …

Melania Trump vows to take on cyberbullying as first lady

Donald Trump’s wife, Melania, made a rare appearance on the campaign trail on Thursday, pledging to focus on combating online bullying and serve as an advocate for women and children …

Medical Lake parents alerted to bullying on Burnbook app

A phone app that high school students have been using to post nude pictures and bully classmates prompted Medical Lake School District officials to alert parents and call police. The …

WSU Greek leaders call on students to ditch Yik Yak app

Student leaders at Washington State University are trying to dissuade use of a popular but controversial mobile phone app that allows people to post anonymously. After a series of malicious …

Sen. Patty Murray backs campus anti-harassment bill

Colleges and universities would be required to adopt anti-harassment policies and recognize cyberbullying as a threat to students under a new law Washington Sen. Patty Murray said she will introduce …

Facebook deletes page defaming Spokane teens

Rumor has it one girl cheats on her boyfriend with older boys and a boy texts naked pictures of himself to every girl he meets. These are the tamer examples …