Cyberbullying Is Pervasive and Parents Are Oblivious

STOPit's Todd Schobel found 'a deep lack of online safety awareness and education'

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Cyberbullying and online attacks are chronic and underrated problems on social media. A few years ago, we gained some insight into how teens were dealing with online bullying, and some social networks have made changes. However, it seems that parents are still largely oblivious to the problem.

Todd Schobel, founder and CEO of cyberbullying incident reporting app STOPit, noted that during STOPit Cyber Safety tours, they realized that there is a “deep lack of online safety awareness and education.”

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