The Internet, social media networking (such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.), instant messaging, texting, etc. allows for people to be connected 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. However, this connection is also the source of the evil that is present online.
Tech users, especially children and teenagers, do things online that they would never do in person. They have the mask of a computer screen and an identity in an account. With the development of personalities and the brain, children must see different facial features and body language. Online, children don’t learn the proper ways humans express themselves.
There is an informational session on May 22nd at the Kroc Center in Coeur D’Alene about cyberbullying.

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