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California Considers New Cyberbullying Law August 12, 2008

Posted by cyberpatrol in Anonymous, cyberbullying, cybercrime.
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Tech Policy Central, 12 August 2008

California’s Senate voted yesterday in favor of a bill that would allow schools to suspend or expel students who engage in cyberbullying. The State Assembly must now reconcile the Sentate’s version with its own before deciding to send the legislation to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger for signature. If enacted, California will join other states like Iowa, New Jersey, Oregon, Minnesota and Missouri that have passed laws to try and prevent cyberbullying and harrassment. (read full article)

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