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Cyberbullying: When is it"School Speech" and When is it Beyond the School's Reach?
Northeastern University Law Journal (2013)
  • Susan S. Bendlin, Barry University
Abstract

Courts should use a totality of the circumstances test to determine whether a student's internet speech is school speech. If so, Tinker and other tests apply. If not, the school should not regulate the internet messages because it may violate the student's first amendment free speech rights.

Keywords
  • cyberbullying,
  • student speech,
  • internet speech,
  • first amendment
Disciplines
Publication Date
Spring 2013
Citation Information
Susan S. Bendlin. "Cyberbullying: When is it"School Speech" and When is it Beyond the School's Reach?" Northeastern University Law Journal Vol. 5 Iss. 1 (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/susan_bendlin/3/