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Addressing allegations of cyberbullying

In recent years, many media stories and social media posts have focused on cyberbullying and the potential consequences of this behavior. Sometimes, people are very quick to point the finger and there have been many incidents in which people are falsely accused of an offense altogether. If you have been accused of cyberbullying, or your child is in this position, we know how overwhelmed you may feel. However, this is a time when you should be carefully focusing on the allegations and going over your legal rights. After all, these charges can have very serious consequences for people in Atlanta and across Georgia.

Reviewing the consequences of cybercrime charges

In last week's post, we examined some examples of cybercrime, such as identity theft and cyberbullying. With cybercrime cases, each is unique and the penalties for an offense vary from one to the next. In some instances, these charges can upend a person's life in multiple ways. From a lengthy sentence behind bars to costly fines, the penalties that may come with cybercrime charges can be staggering. However, we know that people in Atlanta and across Georgia who are in this position have encountered many other types of problems in their lives as well.

CyberCrime: Looking over some examples of internet crime

CyberCrime: The digital era has transformed life in countless ways, offering new opportunities and greater access to information. However, there are some downsides to newer technology as well, such as the different internet crimes that people have been charged with (which often carry significant consequences). When some people think of internet crime, they might picture identity theft. However, it is crucial to bear in mind that these types of offenses take many forms. In some instances, people have even been accused of an internet offense that they did not commit.

What any parent should know about cyber-bullying in video games

Video games were a lot simpler when you were a kid. Back then, the only other person involved in your game of Super Mario Bros. was the person sitting next to you on the couch. Nowadays, the gaming experience has moved online, making it much more interactive than before. You can play with friends and strangers around the globe.

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