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Attorney Carrie LeRoy started the Cyber Dignity Program in 2012 to educate teenagers on the possible legal consequences of cyberbullying, and now she hopes to take the Bay Area program national. So reports Bloomberg.

LeRoy was moved to action after a teen, who had been sexually bullied, committed suicide in Saratoga, California. LeRoy has partnered with other attorneys to spread information about cyberbullying litigation, and her program has already reached 13,000 high school students.

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