the complex social life of hyper-connected teenagers

In the complex social life of hyper-connected teenagers, cyberbullying is rapidly growing; this happens with the complicity of adults, who don’t provide their children with adequate media education, because they believe that native digital children are perfectly well-equipped to face up the web world without risks.
The virtual world reflects, and sometimes amplifies, the drift of the real world, and this forces parents and educators into reflecting on their own responsibilities without the scapegoat of the digital demon, useful to lighten the consciences underneath the comfortable cover of the “digital kid” myth.