cyberbullying

politics

Despite Everything, Melania's Anti-Cyberbullying Campaign Is Still Going

What is she thinking?
Eve Peyser
8.21.18
Donald Trump

Melania Basically Just Told Us to Not Act Like Her Husband Online

The first lady just came out with a pretty good guide to online behavior that Donald Trump should probably read.
Eve Peyser
5.7.18
cyberbullying

Expert Advice on How to Deal with Online Harassment

You deserve to feel safe on social media.
Anna Goldfarb
3.19.18
politics

Melania Trump Actually Gave a Speech About the Need for 'Positive Social Media'

FLOTUS addressed a room full of governors' spouses, not her husband, about the "evils" of "negative social media interactions."
Lauren Messman
2.27.18
Social Media

The Ugly Evolution of Cyberbullying

How we progressed from passive-aggressive Myspace bulletins to kids creating two Instagram profiles—one for their friends, another for their bullies.
Hannah Ewens
8.31.17
creep catchers

Do Canada's 'Creep Catchers' Target People with Disabilities?

Several stings have painted the vigilante pedophile hunters as bullies.
Manisha Krishnan
1.5.17
Stuff

Desus and Mero Talk About Dealing with Social Media Backlash

The hosts sat down with writer Cord Jefferson to talk about Twitter wars, Cuba, racism, and more.
Sarah Bellman
11.18.16
Film

'Audrie & Daisy' Exposes the Trauma of Teenage Sexual Assault and Slut-Shaming

VICE talked to the film's directors, as well as Tori Amos who contributed an original song to the documentary, about how social media has blurred the lines of culpability and consent for an entire generation.
Joe Vallese
9.23.16
tech

How to Fight Trolls Online

So you've been harassed online. Now what?
Kate Davis Jones
7.10.15
tech

Sick of Seeing an Underage Fake Nude of Herself on the Internet, This Canadian Woman Took Matters into Her Own Hands

A cyberstalker has been circulating a photoshopped image of Andrea Ng for years, but she says the authorities haven't helped her.
Rachel Browne
5.26.15
News

Did An Impersonation Drive a Dermatologist to Suicide?

According to experts, it's more complicated than that.
Mike Pearl
4.7.15
News

The Canadian Teenager Who Took a Photo of [Name Redacted] Being Sexually Assaulted Is Now a Free Man

A man who infamously took a sexually explicit photo of a 15-year-old girl who later committed suicide won't do jail time thanks to a judge's ruling yesterday.
Hilary Beaumont
11.14.14