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Improved safeguards and greater resources for law enforcement are needed to tackle the related problems of cyber-bullying and online grooming, according to a report by an EU security agency published on Tuesday. ENISA (the European Network and Information Security Agency) warned that the mishandling of personal information …

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Big Brother

Think of the children!!!!

Big surprise they are using this tired old line again. How about empowering parents and teachers rather than trying to legislate good parenting.

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Anonymous Coward

Get over it

Bullying is a fact of life that everyone must learn to cope with. There is not one person I have ever met that has not been a bully or been bullied at some point in their life. It's part of growing up that every person needs to go through.

If kids are unable to cope with it, then the parents have failed to teach them how.

Get over it.

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Anonymous Coward

Yeah...

It's also a fact of life that women are weaker than men and that they shouldn't be allowed to do the same jobs, they're just not up to it.

Oh, sorry, the 1950s called and want their opinions back.

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Sigh,

"ENISA Expert Group".

It always makes me suspicious when someone describes themselves as an "Expert" group. It usually means its a bunch of management type who usually only have a nodding aquaintance to the subject in hand.

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Anonymous Coward

even worse than management types

academics, who know even less than fa

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Translation:

Let's take every online problem, real or imagined, squish them into a single even more confusing problem, and offer vague solutions!

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