“Cyberbullies, mostly ages 9 to 14, are using the anonymity of the Web to mete out pain without witnessing the consequences,” reports USA Today.
Half of 3,000 U.S. children surveyed the past six months said they or someone they know have been victims or guilty of cyberbullying, Wired Safety says.
Bullying isn’t just for large males. Now anyone, male or female, with minimal technical skills can get into the act. But victims still tend to be kids seen as “different.”