For the past 3 years we've been dealing with the fallout of this sort of thing over the summer; it does not lead to a good beginning of the year. http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tm...2&e=4&u=/ap/20050112/ap_on_hi_te/cyberbullies . . ."Aftab, whose organization is headquartered in Irvington, said examples of cyberbullying include "a Web site where children can vote for the ugliest, most unpopular or fattest girl in the school. It can involve sending private or very personal information or images to others or posting them online for the public to see. It can be annoying but otherwise harmless or it can be dangerous, such as when it involves stalking and pornography." Spano said a key issue in dealing with such problems is how to involve law enforcement without violating free speech rights, especially since much of the harassment is generated at home rather than at school. "Kids, parents and schools need to know when to ignore it just as schoolyard bullies are sometimes best ignored and when to report it to law enforcement," he said. . .