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The rise of the internet and ease of access to devices that can access the internet has introduced led to the creation of an infinite amount of platforms where teens can say horrible things to each other. The things that are said are so horrible that they have resulted in teenagers committing suicide. It is the responsibility of the parents to monitor their children’s online activity – to stop their children from becoming bullies. Additionally, there needs to be more severe legal punishments for those who cyberbully. The rise of teenage suicides as a result of cyberbullying is a problem that can and must have fixed.