First off don't kill the messenger. You and I both know that many mentally ill in America do end up in prisons some way or another. It just is a reality. So my suggestion isn't far off from what actually occurs out in the real world.
It's no surprise if a mentally unstable person calls their 911 office 10 times a month over cyber bullying that yeah, they'll end up in prison. (And they do).
Cyber bullying is very real if you let it. My daughters don't have face book or use any social media outside school or the library but I have tons of students that interrupt their classwork, etc because somebody just posted something on face book. I look at them like who cares but it really upsets them because they have made it their life. There are fights and threats all the time over cyber bullying. Parents get called in as do the police from time to time. It is easy, but naive, to just say let it go but if it is your life, because you kinda have no life, then it is very real.
There's the expectation that humans won't be utterly horrible, and there's victim blaming, which I think can easily be said you are doing.
Cyber bullying is definitely a real issue. In some ways it's not as serious as in-person bullying. With cyber-bullying, there's no possibility of physical violence since you can't punch someone through a computer screen (much as we'd all like to from time to time). On the other hand, people feel free to be much bigger assholes online than they do in person generally, and it's harder to stop cyber bullying than it is in-person bullying.
Mostly, the way to combat it is for parents to support their kids and teach them to be a little thicker-skinned.
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If you set a man on fire, he'll be warm for the rest of his life.
Perhaps the costs are extremely cheap in the flood zones despite mandatory flood insurance?
But do tell, what benefits come from nude pictures?
You call it victim blaming, I call it lack of judgement from the "victim."
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