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Protecting Children Online?: Cyberbullying Policies of Social Media Companies

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Protecting Children Online?: Cyberbullying Policies of Social Media Companies
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Publisher: The MIT Press
ISBN-13: 9780262037099
Number of pages: 297

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This book investigates regulatory and social pressures that social media companies face in the aftermath of high profile cyberbullying incidents. The author's research evaluates the policies companies develop to protect themselves and users.

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