Cyber-bullying upon social media is very preventable
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Now please do not bring other examples of cyber bullying into this as I do realise that other examples of cyber bullying such as via mobile phone is harder to prevent. This argument is for social media only.
Although this can be preventable sometimes, these can cause long term harms, and people willingness to put up with this abuse varies, and although one abuse may not harm someone, to someone else this could be the pinicle of assault.
My point is that although it may preventable, it may cause harmful effects to children long lasting, and may be more devestating than just the children being bullied, and may cause family effects.
Sometimes effect is more crutial than the cause.
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Vote Placed by HeartOfGod 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con forfeited at the end, which is unfortunate because I actually thought Con was winning the debate. Pro just seemed to be appealing to emotion much of the time you know.? Either way, this debate was alright.
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