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Fourteen and 15-year-old teenagers, the Australians most vulnerable to cyberbullying, are also the most likely to stand up and speak out about it, according to new research released by the ACMA’s Cybersmart program. Early findings from the research conducted among 1,500 eight to 17-year-olds were presented by the Australian Communications and Media Authority on 19 March at the 6th World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights in Sydney’s Darling Harbour.
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