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Summit to stop cyber-bullying in NYC
NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York City held a first of its kind summit Monday night, urging kids to stop to cyber-bullying.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn hosted the event.
She was joined by representatives from companies like Facebook, Microsoft and MTV.
There was also a panel of students who talked about their experiences with online bullying.
They even gave advice on how to put a stop to it.
The best advice experts have for parents is to check your child's computer history often, so that you know what sites their visiting.
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