Common Sense Reasoning for Detection, Prevention, and Mitigation of Cyberbullying

  title={Common Sense Reasoning for Detection, Prevention, and Mitigation of Cyberbullying},
  author={Karthik Dinakar and Rosalind W. Picard and Henry Lieberman},
Cyberbullying (harassment on social networks) is widely recognized as a serious social problem, especially for adolescents. It is as much a threat to the viability of online social networks for youth today as spam once was to email in the early days of the Internet. Current work to tackle this problem has involved social and psychological studies on its prevalence as well as its negative effects on adolescents. While true solutions rest on teaching youth to have healthy personal relationships… 

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