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Law enforcement officers, education leaders, concerned parents and others gathered at Washington Township High School to hear from experts like John Halligan, whose teenage son Ryan took his life in 2003 after being bullied online in Vermont.
Cyberbullying was the hot topic at the University of Pennsylvania, at a conference put together by the Anti-Defamation League.
Educators and law enforcement officials were comparing notes on cyberbullying on Tuesday at Neumann University.
Tina Meier’s 13-year-old daughter Megan committed suicide in 2006, after what she believed was an online relationship with a boy turned out to be orchestrated by an adult a few doors down.