Raising awareness on cyberbullying

  • TECH
  • Friday, 30 Sep 2016

Get tough: Albern (left) and Quah feel digital resilience must be instilled in kids so they are not easily cyberbullied. — TAN KIT HOONG/The Star

Digi's Albern Murty talks about cyberbullying and the company's efforts to stem the issue.

According to a survey conducted by Digi in 2014, which polled some 14,000 schoolchildren across Malaysia, about 37% of school students have either been cyberbullied online or have been the subject of cyberbullying.

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