Tag Archives: cyber-bullying

Moot Court Competition Examines Real Student Cyber-Speech Issues

David Hudson of the First Amendment Center is connecting the dots between the hypothetical case presented in the 2011 First Amendment Moot Court Competition (in which the College Of William and Mary Law School emerged victorious — Go Tribe!) and … Continue reading

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Teen sex! No fun with iPhone! Holocaust denying! Cyber bullying!

It’s five, and my Firefox windows is a few tabs away from crashing. Let’s go through ’em, shall we? Bristol Palin is now a celebrity spokesperson for the teen pregnancy prevention run by the Candies Foundation. You may have heard … Continue reading

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‘Gossip Girl’ tackles cyberbullying

Cyberbullying was finally examined in Gossip Girl, the CW drama driven by a blog of the same name, touted as “your one-and-only source into the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite,” this month.  Though the high school student characters have posted … Continue reading

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When teachers are criticized, principals mocked, is it “cyberbullying”?

The bulk of the cyber-bullying cases that have filled the courts have been cases of students punished for online speech with unpleasant content about teachers or administrators. On Monday, we looked at students using the internet to “bully” other students, … Continue reading

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Cyberbullying: Peer to Peer

This week, Blogging Censorship will look at student speech: the new technologies that create more spaces for free expression, and growing concerns about cyber-bullying, internet filtering, and student online speech off-campus. Today, we’ll look at cyber-bullying, peer-to-peer. That is, students … Continue reading

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