Cyber-bullying gathers pace in US

Thursday, 28 June 2007, 11:47 AM EST

One third of US online teenagers have been victims of cyber-bullying according to research by the Pew Internet Project.

The most common complaint from teens was about private information being shared rather than direct threats. Girls were more likely than boys to be targets and teens who share their identities online are the most vulnerable, the survey found.

At the BBC.

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