The major point being made is to watch for cyber bullying and to mend the situation before it becomes a problem unable to be fixed.
This message is intended for anyone who takes notice to bullying taking place but it is mostly for parents. Most kids and teens who suffer from cyber bullying and become depressed could have the problem mended by simply speaking about it with someone they trust.
The name's Bond. James Bond. Today, I'm on a top priority mission and that mission involves you.
Yes, I do in fact mean you, the one reading this.
You see, there's a bit of a problem arising from the internet and that problem is none other than cyber bullying.
As always, agent, I expect great things from you. Bond out.
Yes, I do swim in my suit but my point is that kids are being exposed to bullying even in the comfort of their home due to bullies simply logging onto the internet and harassing kids. That's where you come in. Cyber bullying (or even bullying in general) has lead to an overwhelming number of depressed kids and teens. If you are a parent, I want you to talk to your kids if you sense there is something wrong. If you are a kid yourself, look out for your fellow peers. Additionally, I advise you to report the bully to someone who will take care of the issue. The teachers, principal or even the bully's parents.