Lessons from the covid-19 pandemic could help us reduce cyberbullying

By Alexandra Martiniuk and Joseph Freeman Simone Rotella CYBERBULLYING was already a problem before the covid-19 pandemic hit. In Australia, for example, one in five young people reported in 2017 that they had been socially excluded, threatened or abused online, and the same proportion said they had participated in cyberbullying themselves. Then lockdowns and work-from-home … Read more