Virtual danger: Cyberbullying becoming more common
Sycamore parent Earl Gable keeps strict rules for his children’s use of social media and cellphones.
Since his teenage daughter has been the target of mean comments made by other girls on Facebook, Gable and his wife access their children’s accounts regularly to ensure they aren’t involved in cyberbullying.
“If they have it, we get the information as to how to access it any time we want,” he said, referring to his children’s online accounts.
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