Cyberbullying bill draws free-speech concerns from ACLU

ANNAPOLIS – Legislation to expand Maryland’s law against cyberbullying of youngsters drew criticism Tuesday from a free-speech advocate, who was in the unwelcome position of testifying after parents whose teenage daughter was driven to suicide by online harassment. “My heart goes out to the families,” David Rocah, senior staff attorney at the ACLU of Maryland, told ...

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