‘It makes me sick to my stomach’ | Georgia students open up about what cyberbullying really looks like
“Whether it’s body dysmorphia or gender norms, everybody’s putting pressure on us,” 12-year-old Michaela said. “It’s a lot for kids.”
Author: Savannah Levins
Published: 3:52 PM EDT October 16, 2023
Updated: 6:55 PM EDT October 16, 2023
ATLANTA — An Atlanta-based parental support company says the number of kids experiencing bullying is reaching new concerning heights.
The company, Bark, monitors texts, email, YouTube, and 30+ apps and social media platforms for signs of issues like cyberbullying, sexual content, online predators, depression, suicidal ideation, threats of violence, and more.