AMANDA TODD BULLIED

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Why My Daughter Amanda Todd's Video Is Still Saving Lives

It's hard to believe that it has been a year since Amanda initially posted her video to YouTube. And even stranger to see that with combined views from different sources, that there have been over 28-million views. I continue to receive comments from people all around the world about having seen the video for the very first time. I also keep hearing about the positive impacts it has made on those who have watched it. They felt a connection with the video. They thought about their own lives and decided on a change. All these are good things that have come out of this.
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Amanda Todd's Mom On Online Safety

Amanda Todd’s mother is using her daughter’s tragic story to warn parents to update old "stranger danger" lessons and focus on social media interactions. "There’s a piece missing where we forget to ed...
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Amanda Todd Memorial Set For Sunday

A B.C. teen whose death sparked a worldwide debate on bullying will have her birthday celebrated Sunday with a memorial service that will also collect toys for needy families this Christmas. Amanda To...
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She Was Not Internet Obsessed: Mom

The mother of cyberbullying victim Amanda Todd says the teen, whose story led to a worldwide outpouring of anger and grief, touched the heart of most people she met and was not obsessed with being on...
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#RIPAmanda: 'Sickened By Humanity'

Amanda Todd, a Vancouver-area teenager who killed herself after she was bullied, is being mourned by shocked citizens, many of them asking how her life could have been saved. The teen, who used YouTub...