Unfriended may be the most cleverly made silly movie of all time, but it’s actually a dead-on portrayal of cyberbullying.
The Game of Thrones star plays the lead role in an upcoming Channel 4 drama about online abuse. It’s something she has experienced first-hand.
After five years on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Caroline Manzo and her family are continuing their on-camera lives with their spin-off Manzo’d With Children. Now reality veterans, they reflect on how to stay real in the world of “reality.”
Alyssa Funke killed herself with a shotgun weeks after a video she made for CastingCouch-X was discovered by classmates.
The man-rating app released a new feature where men can sign up and see their own ratings, which is decidedly not cool.
Love her or hate her, first lady Mellie Grant is a force to be reckoned with on Scandal. Her portrayer Bellamy Young spoke to BuzzFeed about playing such a divisive character, the double standards women face, and why Mellie should never be underestimated.
“People have their own opinions, and it doesn’t matter: It matters what you think about yourself.” WARNING: Contains strong language.
This week for BuzzFeed, Ryan Broderick tells the tragic story of Rebecca Sedwick, a Florida middle schooler who was cyberbullied to death. Read that and these other stories from BuzzFeed and around the web.
The dating site’s admin claimed he took her photos without knowing who she was.
Bart Palosz spent his summer posting troubling statues on his Google Plus page. He took his own life Tuesday.
Many are furious that the teenage girl involved is being called a slut, but the boy is being celebrated as a hero. WARNING: This post contains graphic content.
Her family blames her classmates for her death, but now some of them are questioning that narrative. What really happened the week before Audrie died?
A Canadian teenager hung herself after photos of her rape were spread by classmates on Facebook and Twitter, now the internet is demanding justice.
In an effort to help put a stop to cyberbullying, Facebook launched a new “Find Help” application, SafetyWeb.com, a web-based monitoring site, that allows users to report any violation or cyberbullying. At least that’s one step in the right direction. Let’s hope it helps.