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How Is Cyber-Bullying Different?In a way it was bound to happen. Teenagers are spending more time online and less time outside. Guess where the problem behaviors are moving? The National Crime Prevention Council reports more than 43 percent of teenagers now report being victims of cyber-bullying. That's at the same time when face-to-face bullying went down.

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