Internet Bullying

Why Blame an Innocent Mother for Her Children's Murder?

Jane Tolmie | Posted 01.28.2013 | Canada
Jane Tolmie

On October 25, Marina Krim returned from taking her three-year-old daughter to the pool, to find her other two children -- Lulu and Leo -- stabbed to death in the bathtub of the family apartment in the Upper West Side. The nanny has since been charged with the murders. Many Internet responses have focused on mother-blaming, and especially on the mother's part-time labour outside the home. The father's labour is not discussed, just as his parenting skills are not criticized. This is misogynist victim-blaming. Cyberbullying has politics and here they revolve around contempt for women.

Does Your Online Profile Make You Vulnerable to Cyberbullies?

Erika Katz | Posted 10.07.2012 | Canada Living
Erika Katz

The back to school time of year is full of anxiety for most kids because there is nothing worse than going to school and being made fun of, picked on or the topic of juicy gossip. While you can't control what people say about you, you can do things to avoid beind the brunt of hurtful comments about your looks. While many of these tips may seem obvious, I'll bet you have posted things about yourself that could make you an easy target.

Cyber-Bullying Hits Home

Hessie Jones | Posted 01.08.2012 | Canada Living
Hessie Jones

I found out from my 10-year-old that a girl in her class has uploaded a video on YouTube about her. I could never have imagined that a small school tiff led her to produce a video announcing her dislike of my daughter, but I am thankful she chose to come to us with this as opposed to dealing with it herself.