Perhaps just as frightening as the apparent bullying epidemic itself, is the extremely-irresponsible, thorough 'cyber-outing' of a man by the totally unaccountable Anonymous, which claims the man was/is the lead cyber-stalker bullying the tragic teen Amanda Todd to death.
The man was literally fully identified - including name, address, phone number, etc. - all except for any possible identifying birth marks.
Although the man, of course, denies Anonymous's claims against him, for the sake of justice and not just hot-headed and possibly erroneous vigilantism, I truly hope Anonymous is completely accurate with its cyber, amongst any other, research.
Already a different man coincidently with the same name as the 'outed' guy has been cleared of any confusion regarding his unfortunate name-match.
At the very least, Anonymous should perform the ethical, moral act of making transparent how they can 100 per cent accurately declare some guy, whom they've 100 percent identified over cyberspace, guilty - especially of such a politically and socially sensitive crime.
Frank G. Sterle, Jr. White Rock