Cyberbullying has received increasing societal attention in the aftermath of the tragic suicides of some of its youngest and most vulnerable victims. In this Article, I have argued that cyberbullying is so harmful, in and of itself, that it should be afforded diminished First Amendment protections. I have also advocated for a narrow definition of cyberbullying that incorporates the three elements of the prevailing social scientists’ definition of “bullying” as it relates to cyberbullying: (1) intent to harm; (2) repetition; and (3) power imbalance between cyberbully and victim.
"Evading the Schoolhouse Gate: Public Schools (K-12) and the Regulation of Cyberbullying,"
Utah Law Review: Vol. 2016:
5, Article 4.
Available at: https://dc.law.utah.edu/ulr/vol2016/iss5/4