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Too often people use the word ‘bullying’ to describe serious...

Too often people use the word ‘bullying’ to describe serious criminal conduct including death threats and physical assault. But the biggest barrier to reducing the harm from bullying is the fact that many children simply don’t tell their parents or teachers what is happening.

Taken from an article ‘Combatting the cyberbullying myth’, by Chris Berg, policy director at the Institute of Public Affairs, published in the Age, 23 March 2014.

For more information have a look at Lawstuff on cyberbullying.