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Texting, social sites, email and IM -- this is how kids socialize today. But these tools can also be used to threaten, harass, or gang up on others. To prevent and fight "cyberbullying" parents need to start a conversation with their kids about responsible online behavior from the moment their toddlers learn to swipe a smartphone. Follow these age-by-age guidelines from Common Sense Media to help curb the spread of online cruelty. (Want to get involved? Take Common Sense Media's pledge and make a promise to stand up to cyberbullying.)
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