Cyberbullying more harmful than other forms, says web safety expert

PETALING JAYA: CyberSecurity Malaysia has commended the Education Ministry for publishing guidelines on social media etiquette for schools at a time when cyberbullying is widespread.

Its CEO Datuk Dr Amirudin Abdul Wahab said such guidelines would serve as a form of reference, guidance and advice for students as well as teachers.

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