As younger and more kids get their hands on cell phone and digital cameras and nearly ubiquitous high-speed internet connections, cyber bullying is ramping up and taking on new forms, reports USA Today. No longer are threats, taunts, and insults relegated to the written word in chat rooms and instant messages. Now teens, children, and sometimes adults are adding pictures and videos to their bullying arsenal and posting them on sites such as MySpace, Facebook, and YouTube, where anyone can see them. And bullying has led to real consequences--from fights to teen suicides, or what some label "bullycides."

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