If North Carolina high school students bully a teacher online, they will pay the price, Takepart.com reports. On December 1, a law went into effect that expands the state’s anti-cyberbullying statute to protect the state's educators. Under the School Violence Prevention Act of 2012, students will be reprimanded if they make any statement—true or false—that could provoke others to stalk or harass teachers or school employees. Students will also be severely punished if they target school administration by building a fake online profile or website, tamper with their online data or accounts, sign them up to a pornographic website or...

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