Teen combat cyberbullying by tweeting compliments
A Minnesota teenager is turning the tables on cyberbullying -- and it's catching on.
Kevin Curwick was saddened by the amount of online bullying taking place among his fellow Osseo High School students, so he took the higher road. He created a Twitter account and began posting nice comments about his classmates.
Kevin got thumbs up recently when his classmates found out he's the author of the nice tweets.
Word is spreading; similar pages have popped up in other Minnesota schools.
cyberbullying, twitter, technology
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