Constitutionality of Cyberbullying Laws: Keeping the Online Playground Safe for Both Teens and Free Speech

Vanderbilt Law Review

In the absence of cyberbullying laws, victims can resort only to tort law and certain criminal laws aimed at related offenses. Legislators, however, should be wary of hastily and improvidently creating overly broad statutes that impinge upon the First Amendment.

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