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ADDING MULTIMEDIA Coty Partners with the Cybersmile Foundation to Tackle Cyberbullying with Rimmel #IWILLNOTBEDELETED Campaign

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 23, 2018–The global beauty company Coty today announced a new initiative led by its cosmetics brand Rimmel designed to combat the growing issue of beauty cyberbullying affecting millions of people, predominately young girls, around the world. Beauty cyberbullying is when someone is bullied about their appearance through negative or abusive comments on their social media channels. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20181023005642/en/ Rita Ora appeared today at the launch of the #IWILLNOTBEDELETED campaign by Rimmel, part of global beauty company Coty, to tackle the issue of beauty cyberbullying. The campaign is part of Coty’s commitment to promote diversity of beauty and fight prejudice and discrimination. (Photo: Business Wire) The Rimmel initiative, #IWILLNOTBEDELETED, aims to tackle the societal issues that stop people of all ages from feeling unable to fully express themselves on social media due to fear of negative commentary or retribution –…

Learning.com Launches Cyberbullying Prevention Campaign for National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month

  PORTLAND, Ore. (PRWEB) September 25, 2018 October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and Learning.com has launched a cyberbullying prevention campaign to stand in solidarity with students against cyberbullying. With national data reports showing cyberbullying on the rise, especially in public schools, the digital literacy leader has created a cyberbullying prevention toolkit for educators to download and help students and parents do their part in promoting online safety and good digital citizen skills. To download a complimentary toolkit, visit https://lrng.co/2ChQDIf Learning.com’s special toolkit offers digital materials that help bridge the gap between school and home to help keep students safe online. Resources in the kit are K-8 age-appropriate and include online safety lesson plans, a home and school checklist, a cyberbullying prevention guide, a classroom student pledge poster, Be Kind Online stickers, and a shareable infographic to help teachers, students, and parents do their part in preventing cyberbullying. “It has…

New York’s revenge-porn bill dies after 11th-hour campaign by Google

  New York’s revenge-porn bill died early Thursday morning after the Senate adjourned for the year and took no action in the wake of an 11th-hour campaign by Google against the legislation. The proposal — which has languished in Albany since its introduction in 2013 and was recently taken up again after a Post exposé — would have made nonconsensual dissemination of sexually explicit images a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail. It would have also helped victims sue Web hosts to remove the offending images. But Google mounted a late effort against the bill, with the Internet behemoth opposed to any government oversight over how it regulates content. Attorney Carrie Goldberg, who’d been leading lobbying efforts for the bill, was livid that senators went home without even taking a vote, effectively killing the legislation until next year. The only long-shot chance for the bill is if…