Cyberbullying hits 1 in 3 CNY teens. Advice for parents
It's a problem of the times: cyberbullying affects almost a third of teens here in Central New York.
A poll by ATT, Siena College Research Institute and Tyler Clementi Foundation show 31 percent of Central New York teens surveyed, have either been cyberbullied, OR witnessed it.
And, one in every five parents says their child has been bullied, on line.
We spoke with AT&T's Dave Andrews on Weekend Today in Central New York, who says parents should review the 'rules' of social media so that young people learn, in a positive way, what is appropriate---and inappropriate --to post.