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One viral video recently released, shows an student from Australia standing up to a bully.
This week Dharun Ravi was sentenced to 30 days in jail for crimes of privacy invasion when he spied on his roommate Tyler Clementi’s intimate interactions with a man from a webcam, and broadcasted them via social media. -- There was no hiding that the season 13 finale of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” had a cliffhanger ending. - Those who clung to the trial against Dharun Ravi because of personal akin or perhaps just to see how justice would prevail may have finally received some closure, even if it is not the kind they hoped for.Within the same week, Clementi left a suicide note on Facebook, and jumped off the George Washington Bridge. ‘SVU’ stars like Ice-T and Danny Pino explained this episodes unusual ending in an interview with Yahoo! But man-oh-man, the seven million audience members who watched last night were in for a surprise when it actually happened!“For the first time ‘Law & Order: SVU’ left me wanting more once the season ended! “I can’t wait until the ‘SVU’ squad puts an end to this story." This finale episode titled “Rhodium Nights,” had everything from sex, scandal, goats, escorts, and conspiracy. J.- As the spring 2012 semester comes to an end, the current Scarlet Scroll staff would like to leave our readers with various articles that have been an impact on them.We all decided that we needed to write articles that would raise awareness on a topic that deserves to be in people’s minds, and the topic we have chosen is cyber bullying.Bullying isn't something new those in our age groups and our news demographic.
After all, didn't we all know someone during our secondary education who was famous for picking on freshman or trying to hurt someone's self esteem.
Not to make light of the trauma that childhood bullies can and still do cause, many can relate to dealing with the characters like Nelson Muntz, Jimbo Jones, Dolph Starbeam and Kearney Zzyzwicz from the long-running TV show "The Simpsons." And bullies aren't relegated to the playground--it happens in college dormitories, the blue and white collar workforce and social circles.
Videos gone viral have exposed traditional bullying, in addition to fights fueled by social media spats (and don't pigeonhole these incidents to Facebook and Twitter-- social media sites such as U.
K.'s Bebo and dating site have also had isolated incidents (which opens another can of worms--is cyber stalking a form of cyber bullying? In some cases, parents have encouraged the behavior sparked by social media feuds.
Athletes and entertainers trade barbs with their fans (and fans retaliate) and rivals.
And sports rivalries have entered a new landscape of insults and offensive personal insults.