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Cyberslammed. Cyberbullying help for parents, teachers and schools

Cyberbullying: Cyberslammed by Kay Stephens and Vinitha Nair

Cyberslammed: featured book review An essential cyberbullying resource Cyberslammed is an innovative guide to the nature and scope of  cyberbullying. It provides positive perceptual and psychological techniques to help understand and minimise the effects. Tactics to prevent and deal with cyberbullying are discussed in a workbook format well-suited for use in schools and home education. […]

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Anti Bullying Week 2012

To coincide with Anti-Bullying Week 2012, http://regainyourname.com have repriced a special edition eBook bundle comprising two eBooks, one dealing with removing cyberbullying and harassment from Facebook, and the second explaining how to delete defamation and offensive material from Google search results. The special offer two eBook deal is available until the end of December 2012 […]

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New prices for cyberbullying and reputation management products

Regain your name (http://regainyourname.com) has launched highly competitive new prices for December. eBooks detailing how to delete harassment, cyberbullying and defamation from Facebook and Google search results are available now. Prices have been slashed as we look to position our company as the most affordable reputation repair service on the planet. We also provide free initial […]

Cyberbullying is a felony offense

Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying To delete or remove cyberbullying, harassment or defamation on Google or Facebook, click the below link to buy and download our comprehensive eBook guide: Click this link to Buy Now or check the latest prices . All currencies supported. Related articles How to delete cyberbullying and defamation from Facebook – new video series launched […]

Don't let Google own your life

Cyberbullying: ignoring it on Google and Facebook is not the answer

Ignoring cyberbullying and trolling on Facebook and Twitter is not the answer “Don’t read it, don’t look at it” is the mantra adopted by most internet and law enforcement agencies, when confronted with requests to remove offensive and distressing cyberbullying content from internet search engines, websites and social media sites. This mantra appears to be […]