amanda todd

The Interview: The psychology of online abusers

Journalist Paula Todd on online abusers, the joy they get from hurting others—and the rise of adult cyberbullies

The five biggest campus news stories of 2012

From the turmoil of Quebec to the rise of the West


In Soviet Hanna, victim bullies you

Colby Cosh on an anti-bullying law that was definitely not a ‘knee-jerk’ reaction to the suicide of Amanda Todd

When employers police your private life

In two recent cases, employees have been fired for personal, albeit distasteful, online activity

The real world of teenage cyberbullying

Amanda Todd didn’t do anything online that most others of her generation haven’t done. That’s what’s so disturbing.

Amanda Todd: shunned in life, remembered in death

Can B.C. teen’s tragic story help foster needed change?


Vigils around world set to celebrate Amanda Todd, condemn bullying

SURREY, B.C. – People in more than 40 cities around the world are expected to light candles tonight in remembrance of bullying victim Amanda Todd.

Amanda Todd: ‘cyberbullying’ doesn’t begin to describe it

Insidious crime goes beyond school yard politics turned digital

I was bullied every day—then things got better

One woman reflects on her high school torment