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Should parents of cyberbullies be penalized if they failed to monitor their child's internet activity?

Asked by: Fanny
  • Parents, they are cyberbullies, YOUR cyberbullies

    Well, you agreed to take care of your children, to make sure they ate, slept, drank water....And most importantly, you made sure they had fun. However, certain people's children have too much fun. They have tortured children online, causing the victims to have sleepless nights, unlimited stress and much worse. Parents, you love your children and gave them the give of internet but you better learn to make sure these cyberbullies use it wisely.

  • Parents, they are cyberbullies, YOUR cyberbullies

    Well, you agreed to take care of your children, to make sure they ate, slept, drank water....And most importantly, you made sure they had fun. However, certain people's children have too much fun. They have tortured children online, causing the victims to have sleepless nights, unlimited stress and much worse. Parents, you love your children and gave them the give of internet but you better learn to make sure these cyberbullies use it wisely.

  • Yes they Should!!

    Parents are parents and as they check that their kids are feeding, studying, sleeping, etc they also can have the responsibility to check what their kids are doing online. Internet is very big and is hard, I know, but it is not impossible either. Also kids doesn't know some times how to use it and parents in some cases like cyber bullying NEED TO interfere.

  • Not their job

    It is not the parent's job to monitor their kid 24/7...Especially on the internet. The same argument could be made that the parents of the child being bullied should be penalized for not properly watching out for their children and monitoring who they were interacting with on the internet. This puts way too much weight on people who are good parents.


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