Taylor Hillridge receives a computer for her seventeenth birthday from her mom. At first, Taylor is excited by the cyberbully.jpgindependence of going online without her mother always watching her. Taylor soon finds herself the victim of cyberbullying when she becomes a member of a social website named Cliquester. Things begin to go wrong when Taylor's brother, Eric, hacks into her account and posts a defamatory message about his sister. Students at school begin to write horrid comments about her and she becomes afraid to face her friends at school. 

The film received a generally positive review from Common Sense Media, who gave the film a 4 out of 5 star rating, stating "Cyberbully is a great jumping-off point for talking to teens about the very real dangers that exist online. The movie does a good job of working in most of the hot-button issues related to this topic, including the anonymity that exists online, the legal loopholes that enable cyberbullying, the social pressure on teens to partake in digital relationships, and the emotional devastation that bullying inflicts on its victims and their families." according to its Wikipedia entry. Get the DVD for yourself by following the link below.


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