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Federal Stalking and Harassment Laws
A person who engages in harassing or stalking behavior in violation of federal law can face serious criminal penalties, including lengthy terms of imprisonment and substantial fines.
Harassment and Cyberbullying as Crimes
Harassment crimes include stalking, bullying, hate crimes and more. The penalties for a conviction can be severe.
Teen Cyberbullying and Harassment
Teenage bullying is nothing new, but it's become even more prevalent and problematic through the use of technology.
Defending Against an Accusation of Stalking
Stalking is a serious crime that can be a felony or misdemeanor. All 50 states have criminal laws against stalking.
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What are schools required to do to address bullying and cyberbullying?
Many states require schools to adopt rules and procedures to identify and deal with student bullying.
Don't Kids Have First Amendment Rights?
Kids have First Amendment rights, and they don't shed these rights at "the schoolhouse gate." Learn about the free speech rights of minors and students.