Putting a stop to the cyberbullies

Wednesday, 26 September 2007, 10:46 AM EST

Monitoring what happens in the playground can deter physical aggression and name-calling, and bus monitors can help on the trip to and from school. But different strategies will be required online, as we're never going to find enough teachers to monitor every online interaction even if we wanted to.

Technical solutions won't help either, as kids seem to be well ahead of their parents when it comes to finding ways to exploit the capabilities of their new toys, and pretty good at finding ways around the obstacles to inappropriate use we put in their way.

At the BBC.

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