Bullying has gone from name calling on the play ground to slander and hostility in a published form. Cyberbullying is like having a gigantic megaphone; bullies can spread vitriol quickly and anonymously. Parents, school administrators, and even law enforcement are all concerned about it as legal cases and even teen suicides have brought awareness. Monday on The Sound of Ideas, cyberbullying, why it's gotten so bad, how exactly it crosses the line, and what can be done about it.
Susan Borison, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief, Your Teen Magazine
Lisa Damour, Child Clinical Psychologist & Co-Director, The Center for Research on Girls at Laurel School
Frankie Goldberg, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office & Director, Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
David Frattare, Lead Investigator, Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force