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Cyber Bullying: A Public Health Issue Affecting Australia's Youth

Cyber Bullying: A Public Health Issue Affecting Australia’s Youth

Research from the youth charity Reach Out has revealed that an overwhelming number of Australian children experience cyber bullying. Using a nationally representative survey of people aged between 14 and 25, it found that up to 380,000 children experienced cyber bullying in 2017 alone. In some cases, the bullying became so severe that those who experienced it sought medical advice for their mental health.

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The Essentials of a Social Media Monitoring for Students and Children

Why Social Media Monitoring for Students and Children is Essential

Social media is a great way for students to keep in touch with their friends, build study groups, and share knowledge. In Australia alone, around one in two people use Facebook on a daily basis, and the average teenager spends over 1200 hours on social media platforms each year.

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