WTL Essay #4 - Caitlin McGowan QU 101 FS TuTh 3:30-4:45...

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Caitlin McGowan QU 101 FS TuTh 3:30-4:45 Prof. Engelsgaard October 29, 2010 WTL #4, Topic 3 Cyber Bullying Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me, right? That’s exactly what some teenagers think but it’s a disturbing sign of the times when cyber bullying is becoming a national epidemic. High school can be one of the most exciting times of your life or it can be one of the most daunting. Can you imagine being worried about having to eat lunch alone? Fifteen-year-old, Phoebe Prince, most have known. Why did she have to die? After being maliciously tormented online and school she just wanted the agony to stop. Bullying has been around for years but now it has followed teens online. It’s my opinion, that regardless of arguments on the contrary that the anti-cyber bullying laws violate first amendment rights we must do whatever necessary to protect teens like Phoebe. The Rutgers student Tyler Clementi scenario has been a recent staple all over T.V. and newspapers. On November 2
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WTL Essay #4 - Caitlin McGowan QU 101 FS TuTh 3:30-4:45...

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