By Lynn R. Mitchell
At a time when bullying has been tackled on other fronts, it’s good to see Virginia Delegate Scott Taylor on the front line battling cyberbullying, an even more insidious form of bullying that has evolved with growing internet use. After his bill failed to pass in 2014, he is resubmitting HB 344 to be considered during the 2015 General Assembly session that begins in January.
According to Taylor’s office, the bill would cover online impersonation where one person claimed to be another person online. The delegate’s office added: