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  • Emma's story: Cyberbullied by a Best Friend

    Common Sense Media's video tells the story of Emma, a 14-year-old girl who experienced cyberbullying like many students face. In this case, the cruel comments were all the more painful because they came from a close friend. Common Sense Media is a national nonprofit organization that helps families keep up on the latest social media trends and news that could affect students and others.

Emma's story: Cyberbullied by a Best Friend

Common Sense Media's video tells the story of Emma, a 14-year-old girl who experienced cyberbullying like many students face. In this case, the cruel comments were all the more painful because they came from a close friend. Common Sense Media is a national nonprofit organization that helps families keep up on the latest social media trends and news that could affect students and others.
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