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Submitted by triverse 612d ago | opinion piece

Cyberbullying Why it Should Stop

Triverse writes, "Cyberbullying. Most people on the net are probably never going to experience it firsthand, only through stories (like this one) that details the ordeals others have gone through because someone has decided to take the anonymity of the Internet for granted for nefarious deeds. Attacking others seems to be the in thing, or at least it seems so more often than not. Especially in console first person shooters.

LeGreatCanadianGamer, a popular Youtube video creator, has taken up the challenge of helping stop cyberbullying – or at least bring more awareness to the situation that can be as tough as physically bullying people. LeGreatCanadianGamer uses video footage from a First Person Shooter that is sure to appeal to many gamers, also a place where a lot of verbal attacks take place (voice chat in console FPS games is notorious for the foul language)." (Culture)

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