'Teen Shaming' Is Latest Online Bullying Trend

What parents need to know about the new way teens are taunting peers on social media.
1:42 | 01/07/13

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Transcript for 'Teen Shaming' Is Latest Online Bullying Trend
-- right now to the latest bullying trend teens -- where girls target their peers online using social media. So what are parents need to know about the -- taunting and their teens -- ABC's -- Boudreau has the story. In May seem like just a plate full FaceBook page. Teen girls posting silly photos like these altered to include blunt advice to each other about things like how dressed appropriately. But web sites FaceBook pages like hey girls did you know. And photos like these have now exploded into a viral copy -- sensation some are calling -- shaming. Girls looking like raunchy pictures of themselves and -- Acted out like girls like -- because pictures tonight and the -- and that. Well the photos -- -- generic or funny. Experts say the teasing is a new form of cyber bullying posted publicly and targeted at specific teens well aware that they're being ridiculed. Everyone thinks it can do anything they feel like doing online. They can't free speech has its limits and somebody and you are -- -- acute heart. That may be against the law doctor Logan love -- says until parents step in teens will continue to use technology to taunt others anonymously. It's our responsibility -- to teach young people all. Table not judge. Anyone else to be bashing somebody else that means that you have your own insecurities that. You're dealing with -- -- take -- -- on -- And well many continue to pose these altered taunting images. Others are now creating new signs of support from teens who believe there is nothing to be ashamed out. Good Morning America Abbie Boudreau ABC news Los Angeles.

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