A Georgia teenager is suing two of her classmates for creating a cruel Facebook page in her name after school officials and authorities said the matter was out of their control.
Alex Boston, 14, of Acworth, Ga., was enjoying her school's Field Day celebration for the end of the school year in May 2011 when annoyed classmates began to approach her.
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I think this is a step in the right direction
I think so too. Bullying has gotten out of control. I think teachers need to be able to break up a fight without worrying about legal repercussions, or also forcefully move a student out of a situation before it escalates to a fight.
But that's a little off topic. People think that being "online" means they can get away with behavior they otherwise probably wouldn't do. Just remember the youtube girl who made the racist rant- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/2 … d%3D137330
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