Government acts on cyber-bullies

Tuesday, 25 July 2006, 11:42 AM EST

It comes as the Anti-Bullying Alliance publishes research suggesting that up to one in five pupils has been bullied via the internet or mobile phones.

Schools minister Jim Knight said the Department for Education is to also ask technology firms to help. Teaching union the NASUWT said teachers were also increasingly being abused via the web, e-mails and phones.

At the BBC.

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