Maryland Senate Passes Bill to Bolster ‘Cyberbullying’ Law

Cyberbullying

The Maryland Senate unanimously approved a proposal Thursday that calls for stiffer punishments for people who cyberbully children, a measure that would strengthen a law the General Assembly passed five years ago.

The bill’s sponsor, Sen. Robert A. Zirkin, called the 2013 law “too weak,” saying it failed to address all of the harassment young people face on social media.

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