North Carolina criminalizes cyberbullying of teachers


In North Carolina, children and teens aren’t the only victims of bullying. On the internet, teachers report being tormented and provoked by students, Mashable reports. As per a new law, cyberbullying with the “intent to intimidate or torment a school employee” is now a criminal misdemeanor. The School Violence Protection Law of 2012 that recently passed places teacher-bullying provisions in ink. By holding students responsible for their actions
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