I want my listeners to understand that cyber-bullies are cowards. The sad part about the Internet is people can portray to be whoever they want to be and hide behind a keyboard. Now kids who used to be picked on are now becoming the bullies.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 18, 2010
National Cyber Security Radio, by LIGATT Security International (OTC: LGTT), an online computer security radio show, will air today at 3pm EDT on http://www.NationalCyberSecurity.com. Today’s topic, “How to Reduce Cyber-bullying by 80% Immediately”, will be moderated by Cyber Security Expert, Gregory D. Evans.
During this week’s show, Host Gregory D. Evans will educate his listeners on the legalities and long lasting effects of cyber-bullying. According to http://www.StopCyberbullying.org, children have killed each other and committed suicide after having been involved in a cyber-bullying incident. Cyber-bullying is usually not a onetime communication, unless it involves a death threat or a credible threat of serious bodily harm.
“Cyber-bullying is an ongoing issue that needs to be addressed,” comments Evans. “I want my listeners to understand that cyber-bullies are cowards. The sad part about the Internet is people can portray to be whoever they want to be and hide behind a keyboard. Now kids who used to be picked on are now becoming the bullies.”
Tune in every Monday from 3pm-5pm to listen to World Renowned Cyber Security Expert, Gregory Evans. For more information about National Cyber Security visit http://www.NationalCyberSecurity.com, or follow them on Twitter @NCSbyLIGATT
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