City helps fight back against cyberbullies

The city is helping residents fight back against cyberbullying.

The city held a summit yesterday to educate parents, teachers and students on the dangers of cyberbullying. The panel of experts say 90 percent of parents are aware of the issue but don't know how to deal with it.

The city is planning to set up a special Facebook page and Youtube channel to talk about the issue.

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