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Mary Minno Phil 1 Article can be found: http://www.dcourier.com/main.asp? In the editorial “Cyberbullying is still bullying”, the editorial staff at The Daily Courier argues that the Internet has made the possibility of bullying achievable for many children, preteens and teens and calls for harsher punishments for adults who engage in cyberbullying, as well as furthering the education of virtues in children. The article claims that while in a comfortable environment, with a computer, one can access any part of the world through the Internet. It claims that this ability to have “infinite opportunities” was “unimagined” by the world. If the Internet were truly “unimagined”, then it would not exist, for it never would have been imagined. The article focuses on the “dark” side of the Internet, cyberbullying, saying that it gives children “modern-day high-tech means of assaulting people”. By definition, to assault someone is to cause harm; to do so in a “high-tech” fashion would imply that one was causing harm to another human using high tech-tech means, but conversing with
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