The Wall Street Journal reports that cyber-bullying is proving to be an increasing problem for school administrators. As long as their have been children, there have been bullies, but now the anonymity of the web enables bullies to be bolder, nastier, and have a wider impact. Now, bullies can humiliate their target through instant messages, eMail, and other web forums. Parents increasingly call for schools intervene, but officials are torn between their desire help, and limits on their ability to intervene. Because of these factors, many states and school officials are taking bold action and crafting policies to help combat cyber-bullying. These new policies are incorporating language that allows officials to intervene even in off-campus incidents–provided it affects the school environment. However, the major challenge to these policies is the students have First Amendment rights that school officials can’t cross…