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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.

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. Common Sense Media
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. Common Sense Media

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