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Top Bullying apps and sites
Parents are usually the first line of defense for stopping cyber bullying -- and the key to prevention is staying up on the online trends.
Authorities say there are a few sites out there you'll want to check out - because they've seen a big uptick in bullying online.
Ask.fm allows anonymous posts.
That means the chatters can take on different online identities.
And Snapchat messages can vanish after a certain period of time -- so there's no online trail.
Experts suggest parents do a little online chaperoning to make sure their kids are safe.
Watch what your children do online. Pay attention. Quit being their best friend and be their best parent. That's important. That's important to their health and welfare.
The sites say they're doing what they can to stand up to bullies.
Ask.fm says it's updating safety and privacy policies.
Meanwhile, Snapchat offers a guide for parents that includes information on how to protect their children online.